My husband, as I’ve mentioned before, is a travel agent. He is arranging a western Carribean cruise for his Facebook group, Real Men Wear Kilts. They shall set sail from Galveston, Texas on the Carnival ship Breeze, explore the warm, gentle waters of the Carribean Sea, and visit Mexico twice. I believe (I’m not sure) that both port calls will be in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.
I know one stop will be on the island of Cozumel, which in ancient times was sacred to the Mayan goddess Ixchel. The late Jacques Cousteau claimed Cozumel had some of the best waters in the world for scuba diving. In addition to the beaches and the coral reefs, Cozumel is a grand place for shopping. The city of San Miguel has many shops, as well as the beautiful church that gave the town its name.
Eco-Tourism in Cozumel
Cozumel has many beaches and shops. Souvenir finding is easy. The restaurants tend to be expensive. There are several walking and bus tours of various prices.
When my husband gets back from the barbershop, I will ask him where else the Breeze is going. Costa Maya.