2008 Archive


News from our archive for 2008.

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Crisis Beating Beach Breaks

 

Some fantastic vacation deals to Cozumel have been announced recently to help you escape the crisis at home.

The economic turmoil also means the dollar buys you 20 percent more Mexican pesos than earlier this year, so there's never been a better time to visit!

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Conserving Cozumel

 

Cozumel's Marine Park held a program of ecological events last week to mark National Conservation Week.

Students held environmental debates about Cozumel, a fair was organized and a marina and beaches were cleaned.

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Women's Basketball Games

Summit League Champions, the Golden Eagles womenÂ’s basketball team, from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are playing in Cozumel this weekend.

As part of a Labor Day weekend basketball tour, they will hold a basketball clinic for local children and play against Mexico's state-select Merida team on Saturday.

 
Cozumel basketball
Jenny Hardin, ORU Forward.
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Celebrating The Cry

Mexican Independence Day
Flag of lights.
 

Cozumel is getting ready for Mexican Independence Day next Tuesday, September 16th.

The annual celebration marks the Grito de Dolores, a call for Mexicans to rise up against the Spanish, made by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in 1810.

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Better Local Flight Connections

Local airline, Mayair, wants to better connect the island with Cancun and mainland attractions such as Chichen Itza.

To this aim, they have signed an alliance agreement with Mexicana, one of Mexico's largest airlines.

 
Cozumel flights
Flights to Chichen Itza
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