Cozumel: Day 3
We woke up and ate at the all-inclusive breakfast again. The rest of the morning was lazy and relaxing, hanging out in our bedrooms, watching T.V. In the afternoon, we took a personal tour from 1-5. We hired a taxi driver to take us around Cozumel to get a better feel for it. It was a lot of fun because what we did was drive to one place, hop out, snorkel; get back in the car, drive some more, hop out, and snorkel again. It was rather active, so by the time… Read More
Day 22: Taco Treasures in Playa!
Day 22: Walking home last evening, we stumbled upon this new Taqueria and tried their Tacos al Pastor (one of our quickly growing menu favorites). They were only 10 pesos each, the equivalent of about $.77 each…even less than the price of the street stand tacos we fell in love with two weeks ago! And they were just as tasty. Tacos al Pastor, spicy pork tacos, are similar to gyros in that they are cooked on a spit-grill, rotating during the day until the savory pork is sliced away onto corn (maiz)… Read More
Day 6: Dinner Tonight…
After meeting our Spanish teachers for the first time at Kava Kasa tonight, we headed back home, hungry but not in the mood to cook. We opted to steer clear of the more expensive Fifth Avenue restaurants, and opted instead to explore the non-touristy areas of Playa. While walking, our paths intersected with a “salesman”, trying to draw us into the restaurant he worked for. We explained that we were not tourists and were more interested in finding a place where the locals ate. We were not too convincing at first,… Read More