November 3rd, 2013, 11:54 PM
Join Date: Feb 2007
Falmouth Jamaica and Cozumel.....
Red stripe Beach....Got this excursion through Royal. The beach was
close to port. It was nice, close and inexpensive.
Beach chair was $5. not a big deal. Pickup time was at 11am and you go
back to the ship whenever you are ready they have vans running every half hour.
Welcome to Falmouth
My home at Red Stripe beach for the next few hours...
Oasis docked in Falmouth
After Red Stripe beach I did some shopping at port and found my
friend Delroy which I met in March while on the Allure. I told him
whenever I was in Falmouth I would say hello and checkout his wood
carvings that he makes and sells. He remembered me from March and
remembered what I bought from him. I bought three items from him on
this trip....A very nice guy!
I booked an excursion with Royal called "Salsa, Salsa, Margarita"
It's rated online as #3 out of over 150 excursions in Cozumel. There are
two dancing chefs that teach class. You learn and make red salsa, green salsa, Guacamole, margarita, strawberry margarita and at the end of the class
a salsa dance lesson. It's was alot of fun and I do recommend it. My red and green salsa were so so. My guacamole turned out very good. Unlimited margaritas too... Dance part was your very basic salsa moves and some did not participate they just watched.
Welcome to Cozumel
Oasis docked in Coz
Wendy one of the dancing chefs
My ingredients needed
Time for a Conga line before we get started with making Salsa
Ok I'm ready let's do this....
Donations for lela the pig....
What a view from class....
Group picture....first row third from left
Oasis and Carnival Paradise in Coz....Yes I sure do have bragging rights!!
CQ's Cruise Resume
Vision Of The Seas
Independence Of The Seas
Allure Of The Seas
Oasis Of The Seas x3
Liberty Of The Seas x4
Freedom Of The Seas x3
Navigator Of The Seas x2
Explorer Of The Seas x2
Voyager Of The Seas
Enchantment Of The Seas
Rhapsody Of The Seas
Majesty Of The Seas
Monarch Of The Seas
Sovereign Of The Seas