Adventures in Cozumel

Traveling to Cozumel, Mexico

Cozumel Dreaming

Cozumel Dreaming

What a crazy year! Most of my years seem to be crazy…are yours crazy too? My son married in May, and my daughter married just two weeks ago! The weddings were both wonderful, and friends and family joined us for both, which is always a blessing. Now…perhaps some relaxation? Well, that is sort of the plan. […]

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The Ultimate Dive Experience! Part Two.

The Ultimate Dive Experience! Part Two.

My favorite part of the Ultimate Dive Experience at the Occidental Allegro in Cozumel? The diving of course! Let’s turn the dives into Fab Photos Friday, and check out Pro-Dive Mexico! The dive experience at Pro-Dive is friendly, efficient, and quick! Gear is placed in bins with your name on it, and when it is […]

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Meeting up with Amazing Woman Shannon O’Donnell!

Meeting up with Amazing Woman Shannon O’Donnell!

One of my favorite bloggers is Shannon O’Donnell of A Little Adrift. Shannon was the 2013 National Geographic Traveler of the Year, and is the founder of Grassroots Volunteering.  She is also the author of The Volunteer Traveler’s Handbook, which uses uses storytelling, research, and practical information to guide travelers to an ethical volunteer experience. Shannon […]

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The Ultimate Dive Experience! Part One.

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The Ultimate Dive Experience! Part One.

Spending the last month in Cozumel and Cancun has been delightful, and while I was on the island of Cozumel I had the opportunity to check out the Ultimate Dive Experience! Occidental Allegro Hotel and Resort and ProDive Mexico have created a diver’s haven in Cozumel. For the diver who wants a great dive package with […]

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It has been a Trip!

It has been a Trip!

The last month has been crazy and non stop. There are so many adventures to tell you about they will have to be broken up into several blogs. As I last reported, my husband, Randy, had to leave Cozumel after 10 days to treat a virus. Since his double lung transplant (An Unexpected Journey) infections […]

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Macro Thrills in Cozumel!

Macro Thrills in Cozumel!

I have always loved looking at macro photos of the tiniest creatures in the ocean. I have a few dive pals who take exquisite macro photos…one of them, Diana Paboojian, was featured on this blog as one of my Wednesday’s Amazing Women. I finally went out and bought a macro lens, and while I cannot […]

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Photos: Excitement on the Reefs of Cozumel!

Photos: Excitement on the Reefs of Cozumel!

Not only dives! The snorkeling has been amazing as well. The little stuff has been incredible! Diving isn’t all sharks and huge pelagics, it is also the tiniest members of the ocean community that fascinate. Randy and I have been snorkeling every day for the first time since his double lung transplant almost two years […]

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Dive Cozumel: Paradise at Night

Dive Cozumel: Paradise at Night

Diving at night is a remarkable experience. The fish of the daytime hide and the animals of the darkened reef come out. There are huge crabs, lobsters, octopuses, eels, and the colors are glorious when illuminated by camera flashes or torches. On Cozumel, the best place to night dive (in my humble opinion) is Paradise Reef. […]

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Diving Cozumel: Casa Blanca?

Diving Cozumel: Casa Blanca?

When the dive guide told me we were headed to “Casa Blanca” to dive today, I said, Huh? Look in any dive guide book and you will see that no such dive site exists. In front of the reef El Paso de Cedral (Cedar Pass) is a large white house named Casa Gordon, and that is the […]

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Randy is in Cozumel!

Randy is in Cozumel!

Fearing to jinx it, I haven’t said anything about our trip to Cozumel this summer. It has been two years…and Randy is finally back in our ocean home! Seeing him snorkel has been so wonderful…there have been times during the last 22 months that I’ve wondered if I would ever see him snorkel or dive […]

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