2007 Archive

Archive of news from the year 2007.

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Help Cozumel's Cousins

Cozumel was lucky last month. When Hurricane Dean passed by to the south it only brought a little wind and rain.

The island is fine, but some of Cozumel's cousins on the mainland weren't so fortunate.
Mahahual hurricane
Mahahual on the mainland after Dean.
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Local Real Estate 'Summit' Planned

Real estate in Mexico
Mexican Caribbean real estate event.
  Atlas Legal, a US conference organizer, will be holding a 'summit' for the real estate market in Playa del Carmen, near Cozumel, next month.

They have held other property events in Mexico in the past, but this is the first that will focus on the Mexican Caribbean.
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Snorkel, Sail And Fun In The Sun

What better way to enjoy a day in Cozumel than snorkeling in crystal clear waters before relaxing on the beach with a cold margarita?

If this sounds good, take a closer look at our Catamaran Snorkel Beach Party. Only $55 for adults or $27.50 for kids.
Cozumel snorkeling
Crystal clear waters.
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Patriotic Party Preparations

Cozumel is preparing for Mexican Independence Day celebrations on September 16th.

The day remembers the Grito de Dolores, a call for Mexicans to rebel against the Spanish, made by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in 1810.
Independence Dat Mexico
Mexican flags on City Hall.
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Mayan History Honored

Mayan history in Cozumel
Mayan priest at the ceremony.
  Local Mayan history was remembered and honored at a traditional ceremony in Cozumel last Wednesday.

The Saása´Al Símil - 'Plea for Forgiveness' - took place on the terrace at the Quintana Roo Park.

The ceremony was conducted by a Mayan priest and attended by Gustavo Ortega Joaquín, the island's Mayor.
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