I’m finally in the mood to post pictures from my daughter’s and my trip to Central America. I’ve never eaten so much in my life. The nice hazy effect on this shot happened because I brought the camera from AC to 95° temperatures in about 1000% percent humidity. Thanks to the tropics, I now know the natural state of my hair: dreadlocks.
Our first stop was Cozumel, Mexico. Alexa and I have lived near the Mexican border; so, we weren’t all “woo-hoo” Mexico. We wandered around the markets finding everything outrageously over-priced. We ate at a corner outdoor restaurant. I had a pina colada that had too much liquor, not enough coconut and pineapple, woo-hoo Mexico! Afterward we rested in the shade of coconut trees and enjoyed the view of our ship which carried 3,000 passengers and 1,800 crew members.
Cozumel, Mexico was hotter than hell not unlike Northern Mexico in the Sonoran desert. (Whoever tries to sell you the desert as a dry heat, you should punch them in the spleen. It’s a trick.) Next time we hit Cozumel, it’s snorkeling the coral reefs.