After our historic ruin adventure we hopped back on the scooter and took off to the other side of Cozumel. The road follows the coast line so it was one grand view all the way back to the city center. Luckily there was a smaller road off to the side of the main highway, which made me feel so much more safe. On the way, we stopped at Coconuts Bar and Grill. The owner of the bar is the brother of Carlos Rojas, who is a police officer at the Ketchikan, AK Police Dept. He was very excited that we stopped in to say hello.
Owner of Coconuts Bar and Grill
This what the menu's looked like.... a wood sign.
Pico de gallo
We stopped along the way by the side of the road to check out these really cool rocks. It was big huge rocks with pours in them, some so big they were caves.
There was to be a parade in Cozumel Saturday night but we had to catch the ferry back and missed it. Tuesday (tomorrow), Marcos and I are going back to Cozumel to dress up for Carnival and watch the parade. Valerie also gets into town tomorrow too!! YEAH!!
Stay tuned to see our Carnival costumes. We hand made them ourselves!!!
ps. It's raining, A LOT!!! Why we decided to come to Mexico in Feb (the rainy season) was a bad idea!