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Our MAGICal Disney Cruise
Day 1 Navigator
Day 2 Navigator
Day 3 Navigator
Day 4 Navigator
Day 1 Part 1: Intro and getting there
Day1 Part 2: First afternoon on the ship
Day 1 Part 3: First evening
Day 2 Part 1: Sea Day
Day 2 Part 2: Palo and the Ventriloquist
Today was our one and only port stop at Cozumel, Mexico. We woke up around 6:30 and Brian went to the fitness center to workout. I decided to take one for the team and ordered room service for the kids for breakfast to allow Brian and his mom to enjoy a nice leisurely breakfast on deck. I quickly regretted that decision, as all the kids did was fight loudly in our room. So to our room neighbors...sorry about that! I vowed that I would not volunteer to do that again.
Captain Hook was in the lobby this morning. We took a few photos.
We were splitting up today and doing two different excursions. We had a few minutes before Nathan and Brian had to meet up for their excursion.
We left them at their meeting place and the rest of us got off the ship. We had reservations at Nachi Cocom beach!
|The Disney Magic in Cozumel|
|Cozumel from the ship|
|Cozumel from the ship|
We chose Nachi Cocom based on reviews that it was a private, quiet beach. The place only lets in a maximum of 100 people per day. When we arrived, they took our photo with some sombreros. We bought the photo of the kids. Not sure why my daughter's lips look so red.
The ocean water seemed cold to me, but my son didn't seem to mind it.
Our admission included lunch and unlimited drinks. Our server brought us some non-alcoholic frozen strawberry daiquiries and pina coladas. Later we had a few rounds of bottled water.
Nachi Cocom also had a pool (and a large hot tub for adults only). My son loved this and kept running from the pool to the ocean back to the pool.
Around 10:30 our server said the kitchen was open. Our admission included an appetizer, entree, and dessert for each person in our party. We started with an order of chips and guacamole and nachos. They were yummy.
A while later we ordered lunch--hot dogs for the kids, and I had chicken taquitos. We had ice cream for dessert.
My son enjoyed the hammocks.
We saw a few huge iguanas on the beach. Kinda creepy to see them.
It really was a nice way to spend the day in Cozumel. Our chairs were close to the pool and the ocean. It wasn't hard to keep track of our kids. It was a very quiet beach, though, so if you are looking for music and action, this is not the place for you. This place is beautiful, the food is great, and the service was great also. You can see Nachi Cocom's website here. It was $55 for each adult to get in, ages 4-11 are $17 and under 4 are free. Food and drinks are included. They did have things like massages and boat rides you could have for an extra fee, but we didn't do any of those things.
Up next: The rest of Cozumel and Pirate Night