16-Febrero-2020 Domingo, Cozumel.
The Disney Cruise Ship is in the downtown harbor today. (Jim and Susan, this pictures for you.)
Scoot’n around. Scoot’n around. Scoot scoot scoot’n around.
And we are off north on Melgar as far as we can go.
Cozumel Country Club and Audubon Preserve
Past some of the industrial section
Southwestern side of Cozumel, rounding the tip then heading north up the east side.
Bufadores (Snorters a.k.a Blowholes )
Hard life for plants here on the east side
Coconuts Restaurant is really coconuts.
View from our table
I looked down and there were chickens next to me!
But I hadn’t seen anything yet……. Looking across to the other table. One of the women was suddenly topless.
Her friends started join her….
I was going to join in but I was too busy taking pictures.
OMG!!!!! There’s going to be an encore!!!!
LOL. The staff suggested they move to a more scenic location for the picture. They walked right by our table. I followed them. And about a dozen men too.
It was a prettier location. (all but 2 were completely nude)
This poor lady was having trouble getting her thong back on. She put it on backwards first. Since she was standing right beside me and I’ve never worn a thong before, I asked how you tell the front from the back. She explained the decoration goes in front. Her husband had to help her.
Back in the city back running with the pack. It’s a live video game.
How things change. When we first got here we were afraid to cross the street. And here we are cruising Melgar!
It was closing in on sunset as we started walking home from dropping off the scooter.
Rounding another corner we noticed the flag was being taken down and hurried over to watch. What do you do with a flag that big?
Hechos Graciosos (Fun facts)
Mexico’s flag is made up three vertical stripes. The left green stripe stands for hope, the middle white stripe represents purity, and the right red stripe represents the blood of those who died fighting for Mexico’s independence. The picture of an eagle eating a snake is based on an Aztec legend.
In the fourteenth century, a group of Chichmecas (warrior nomads) called the Aztecs (or Mexicas) settled in Mexico when they saw an eagle (representing the sun) standing on a cactus (a symbol of the heart) clutching a snake (a symbol of the earth or Quetzalcoatl)—an image which is now depicted on the Mexican flag.