2010 Archive


News from our 2010 archive.

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Riviera Maya Airport Really A Go

After many delays, much speculation, and considerable expectation, the process to build the new Riviera Maya airport has finally started.

The Mexican government officially invited bids to construct and operate the new airport, on the coast near Cozumel, earlier this week.

The tender process got off to a false start in March, when Mexican President, Felipe Calderón proudly announced it would begin in April, only for it to be postponed again within days.

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Relaxed 3 Reef Cozumel Snorkel Tour

Cozumel snorkel tours
Relax and see colorful tropical fish.
 

This is an archived news item from 2010, we no longer offer this tour but we have a new Southern Reefs Snorkel tour.

Avoid fast and furious Cozumel snorkel tours and enjoy a more relaxed pace on our exclusive new boat trip to 3 top reefs.

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Cozumel Jewelry Designer Woos First Lady

Fashionable Mexican jewelry designer, Tanya Moss, wooed the United States' First Lady, when she visited Mexico, last month.

Tanya - who has a store in Cozumel - was invited to meet Michelle Obama by Mexico's First Lady, Margarita Zavala.

Mrs Zavala has long been a fan of Tanya's exquisite designs and wanted her to meet with Mrs Obama when she visited the exclusive Mexican presidential residence in Mexico City.

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30% Off Cozumel Boutique Hotel

 

Save 30% at this unique boutique property, located in the cultural heart of Cozumel, if you stay between now and December 17th, 2010.

Just steps from the waterfront, dining and shopping attractions of the town square. Yet, still quietly hidden away.

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Goddesses, Chocolate And Canoes

Delightful chocolate aromas and the smoke of incense mingle in the air with the chatter of Mayan voices and the clink of conch shells being exchanged for food and goods.

This was the traditional Kii’wik market, this week, that started events leading up to some 250 oarsman, in wooden canoes, crossing from the Riviera Maya to Cozumel Island, and back.

 

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