Here you see ~ Margaritaville!~ and bit of shore line from the ship.
The central mall had many fancy jewelry stores sponsored by the cruise line people. Scattered among those a few locals were mixed in. The salesmen are very hard core hard sell, darn near drag you from the path way to make a sale !
We both admired this sculpture of a coyote in the museum. If you enlarge it and look at the detailed painting it has possible quilt designs.
Our adventure while in Cozumel was to go to a Tequila Seminar. We were taken there by a small taxi. The business was located a couple miles form the central mall with some rural sites tossed in. We were given a lecture on the Mayan culture and talks of the ruins and how our calender was developed. All while walking a lovely trail of flowers . ( We had dug the truck out of a 3 ft snow drift two days before)
The Tequila Seminar was in a small air conditioned room with 3 pretty shot glasses of the different grades of booze. Its qualities developing like a whiskey ~ aged~. Our vision of Tequila with the lil wormy was not what was featured here ! I don't know what all that was said about it - a very accented speaker. We tasted several some were even fruity to ice cream syrup flavored. They also did a talk about six varieties of hot peppers and their salsa form.......... ONE was edible.
This small local vendor was located across the street from our dock.
A view of the mall. Our ramp leads directly to this.