Posted 28 December 2011 - 04:55 PM
Thanks for any input.
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Posted 31 December 2011 - 05:40 PM
You can see little balloon hats made up for tourists that walk around and quite frankly look a little silly.
We have more fun exploring the local businesses back off of 30th ave and 65th just to get a little bit better understanding of how people live there. After a while you start to notice that the local people seem to be able to get by with a whole lot less. Yes, less of everything, they are quite happy and when you see this it is kind of an awakening. You start to relax and enjoy what Cozumel is all about.
You can Dive, snorkel, cruise the other side of the island and picnic, (lock your car) or go to Chakanaub park (spelling) and spend the whole day. Lots to do sober.
Our biggest problem is trying to figure out how to get rid of so much stuff as we are overstuffed and are moving there one way or the other in November. Long range plan of course but the house is there its paid for and ready for us. Sober living is anywhere you want it too be. Good luck to you.
Posted 31 December 2011 - 11:44 PM
I drink tea with hibiscus and rosehips all the time! I did not know it was from jicama! Thank you Carey!
Jicama water is made from the "root plant" jicama, Jamaica water/Agua de Jamaica, a red drink made is from dried red hibiscus/jamaica blossoms, had some tonight, very refreshing.
Club soda/agua mineral with lime/limon is another option for a refreshing afternoon beach bar drink.
Posted 05 January 2012 - 07:10 AM
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Posted 07 January 2012 - 04:42 PM
My Sig. Ot. is 8 years sober and we have a blast every year in Cozumel. While he does indulge me my afternoon pina colada (he has a coke lite) at Coconuts once a trip, that is the only "bar" we make it a point to visit. Just wanted to let you know that what you are planning (fun) CAN be done...and good for you! We are there Feb. 4 - 12 this year.
"I have to go, I feel Iím sinkin'. I just donít know, but I canít stop thinkin'...Mexico." - Firefall
Posted 07 January 2012 - 10:56 PM
My friend Josefina, the chef, introduced me to the delicious and refreshing drink Chaya on my last trip. It is made from a common plant that grows all over - sometimes called Mexican spinach. It's usually blended with pineapple or sometimes cucumber, water and a touch of sugar. It is super delicious and reputed to be good for the kidneys. I believe it can be found at Maharaja on 15 & 1 (address ??)
Have a wonderful trip!
I drink to forget, but I eat to remember.... so it all balances out
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