Cozumel, Mexico. ...or as the parking lot attendant in Philadelphia pronounced it: 'Ka Zoom Mall'

Cozumel, Mexico. ...or as the parking lot attendant in Philadelphia pronounced it: 'Ka Zoom Mall'

What to Do on Your Cozumel Cruise Stop | Things to Do in Cozumel Layover | Cruise Port | Islands

Things to Do in Cozumel During Your Cruise Stop

What to Do on Your Cozumel Cruise Stop | Things to Do in Cozumel Layover | Cruise Port | Islands

Mayan Ruins, Cozumel, Mexico ~ Cozumel (Spanish pronunciation: [kosu'mel], Yucatec Maya: Kùutsmil, English: Island of the Swallows) is an island in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula ~ The name Cozumel was derived from the Mayan "Cuzamil" or "Ah Cuzamil Peten" in full, which means the island of swallows ~ The Maya are believed to have first settled Cozumel by the early part of the 1st millennium AD, and older Preclassic Olmec artifacts have been found as…

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Mayan Ruins, Cozumel, Mexico ~ Cozumel (Spanish pronunciation: [kosu'mel], Yucatec Maya: Kùutsmil, English: Island of the Swallows) is an island in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula ~ The name Cozumel was derived from the Mayan "Cuzamil" or "Ah Cuzamil Peten" in full, which means the island of swallows ~ The Maya are believed to have first settled Cozumel by the early part of the 1st millennium AD, and older Preclassic Olmec artifacts have been found as…

Coba Mayan Ruins  Cozumel, Mexico  This is where all of the roads came to and then the Mayans would tax the travelers.

Coba Mayan Ruins Cozumel, Mexico This is where all of the roads came to and then the Mayans would tax the travelers.

17 Mile Drive, Monterey Bay Peninsula--absolutely gorgeous- Hubby was going nuts over the golf courses!!!

17 Mile Drive, Monterey Bay Peninsula--absolutely gorgeous- Hubby was going nuts over the golf courses!!!

Tulum Mayan ruins, Yucatan, Mexico - "Temple of the Frescos" was used as an observatory for tracking the movements of the sun. Niched figurines of the Maya “diving god” or Venus deity decorate the facade of the temple.

Tulum Mayan ruins, Yucatan, Mexico - "Temple of the Frescos" was used as an observatory for tracking the movements of the sun. Niched figurines of the Maya “diving god” or Venus deity decorate the facade of the temple.

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