Location: Cozumel, Mexico
Today we are back in Cozumel, Mexico. We were here last year and took a tour of the Chitzen Itza ruins in Yucatan. Today we set out to explore the San Gervasio ruins here on Isla Cozumel.
These ruins were dedicated to the Mayan goddess of the moon and fertility. Leigh and Becky, who did not join us on the tour, were very happy to hear about the latter. 😉
It was hard to appreciate the meaning behind many of the ruins. Luckily our guide Cesar was able to give everyone the necessary background on Mayan mythology and numerology to understand the architecture and symbolism of the sites.
The ruins were more modest than what we toured last year. We saw the temple dedicated to moon goddess…
and another to both the sun and moon.
We also saw the gates and road to the city.
After the visiting the ruins our tour took us to a beach on the Caribbean side of the island. We spent about 90 min here relaxing in the cove and occasionally lying in the hammocks.
The evening show was the Broadway Intimate Cabaret. The ship’s singers sang a variety of Broadway hits.
Tonight, we also joined Becky and Leigh for dinner in Murano, the ship’s French specialty restaurant. The food was delicious.
We overnight in Cozumel tonight. And tomorrow we go on tour of an underground river cenote on the mainland.
Total steps: 9670