Playa Azul Golf, Scuba, Spa
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Nice, large, clean rooms. Great location, nice beach. Beautiful facility. Only complaint - food could be better. It's pretty good, but the last 2 places here is Mexico had excellent food. So we may be spoiled. Also, the food is expensive, but that's island living for you.
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I recover from the ferry ride to Cozumel mostly by collapsing on a lounge bed on the beach, overdosed on Gravol (not that it did much good!), mojito in hand, as the sky clears and the sun comes out. Yay!
Cozumel could not be any more different than Playa del Carmen. Instead of designer shops, there are local artisans. Instead of thumping …
... about 11 dollars)… so cheap, we actually thought he had made an error.
We then walked around the “town”, went into dive shops and just leisurely strolled around. We then headed back to the hotel and packed our stuff for the next morning, as we will be diving al morning and afternoon, and then taking a ferry to Playa del Carmen. We have to, somewhere in there, return the car and leave our hotel room, finding a shower at some ...
... a perfect condition. It even had an A/C, which all of the other buses do not have. How lucky was I? We set off towards Playa and I enjoyed the ride.
Four hours later the bus pulled in the ADO terminal in Playa. It was pretty packed, but I still managed to get some information about when the buses to Holbox were leaving. This was to be my next destination, but unfortunately the buses in that direction left all really early in the day. This was going to be ...
... the most famous dive sites near Cozumel Island and it was… so disappointing!
However, the visibility was awesome (some 30 meters) and we managed to see very nice coral formations. We even swam through three tunnels but the problem was that there were no fish or marine life. I mean there were some small ones and we actually spotted two big lobsters. It was still a nice dive thanks to the corals and the visibility but besides that ...
... 8.5 metric tons (8.4 long tons; 9.4 short tons). The relief on the stone was later determined to be Coyolxauhqui, the moon goddess, dating to the end of the 15th century.
From 1978 to 1982, specialists directed by archeologist Eduardo Matos Moctezuma worked ...