*** SPOILER ALERT: we do very little today
Cozumel, sitting on the balcony, staring at the impossibly blue water. Our cabin is seaside so it looks out over the long shimmering water to a miles-distant horizon. A much better view than that of the port-side cabins facing Senor Frog’s with the Tequila soundtrack and the drunken whoo-whoo chorus. Let’s hear it for the starboard side!
We disembarked for a bit this morning and made some ineffective attempts at shopping but the air is hot, heavy, and humid. The dense crowds became tiresome quickly as four liners are in port today.
This afternoon, John is sunbathing as I alternately read, write, fill in blank squares, look through the spyglass, and continually consider napping. Tomorrow is a sea day as we head north toward
. It’s been swell, love the views and the respite from chores but .... we so look forward to resuming Life with New Orleans Doris.
Meanwhile, it was interesting watching the Ecstasy precede us as she rode off into the sunset
which was stunning:
|Fishing Boats Returning to Shore|
As we move toward the last full day on board tomorrow, we talk about how we will miss sharing our evening meals with the ever-entertaining Sonny & Linda. We saw Sonny today in the market square right outside of a shop selling leather goods. Guess what he was doing in the middle of the crowded square? Nevermind - you can't possibly guess.