In November on Half Moon Bay near Vista Del Mar Norte and Playa Blanca, the beach was alive with critters — both real and with an artistic flair. The last nest of the season hatched and a sand puppy tried to play with a sand turtle. Take a look!
Quintana Roo on eastern time? It’s been reported that both legislative chambers of the Mexican congress have approved a change that will put Quintana Roo on permanent daylight savings time. All that’s lacking is the President’s signature and the law’s publication in the Federal Register. There remains the question of [……]
As of Thursday Dec 11, 2014 at 8.30am, Akumal will have its own Red Cross Ambulance stationed 24 hours a day!!!! The ambulance will service Akumal and the surrounding areas and will assist locals and tourists alike. This means that emergencies can now be responded to in mere minutes instead of 40 [……]
The Akumal Puño Last Monday a select group of Akumalites was bemoaning the northern flu and cold germs arriving daily in our (germ-free) paradise. The hand shakes and hugs and kisses are standard, and no one wants to totally give them up. But these lovely greetings are laden with illness [……]
December Dates to Remember
The Ani Memorial took place Saturday, 22 November 2014. Marcy Essy led the event Shaleh Clark read a New Testament selection, and several friends shared memories. Thank you to Jen and Bart Smith for sharing Turtle Bay.
If you haven’t already checked out the site, do! Secrets Aku will be opening next November as an adults-only facility with their day spa open to the public. The resort abuts the Hotel Akumal Caribe property. Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya – Home
Best Shirt November 2014 was a special event. Included are Mary’s remarks from that evening: Welcome to “November’s Robin’s Been Out-Shirted Event”–—or better known as “Best Shirt Night.” Tonight is very, very special and it relates to a special time in Mexico as well. The Day of the Dead is celebrated [……]
Here’s some Mexican peso trivia to peruse with your morning coffee — or whatever. The peso was originally the name of the eight-real coins issued in Mexico by Spain (pes referred to its weight). These Spanish dollars or pieces of eight were in wide circulation in the Americas and Asia [……]
A Nov 2014 Update from Bruce Nierenberg Copyright © 2014 Enjoy Cozumel, All rights reserved. Hello all, We wish we had better news, but it looks like the Florida to Yucatán, México Ferry won’t be starting until the end of summer 2015 at the earliest. According to Bruce Nierenberg, he has [……]