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Old 04-07-2008, 11:07 AM
 
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Been there a couple times. Great place to go snorkeling.
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Old 04-11-2008, 07:54 AM
 
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So we are leaving on Sunday and I will let yall know how it went. We are flying american airlines which scares me right now over this recent debacle. Wish me luck!
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Old 04-12-2008, 01:00 PM
 
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We will be making our 3rd trip to Coz in June. We're staying at one of the southern AI's. If you're staying at a resort, all of them have an activities desk and people there can book your tours. Would recommend one that will take you round the island. You can do ATV's or Jeeps. We did the Jeep tour. We went to the Tequilla museum which was fun and you get to try all different kinds for free. Also did somes snorkeling at Druz Hal, lots of fish with coral. We had lunch on a deserted beach on the East side. There are several little bars/restaurants over there. They have generators so they close after dark. Also there's a Lighthouse tour you can do, horse back riding (haven't done it and don't know much about it), some snorkle tours off the reefs, a couple of "booze cruises" if you're into that, deep sea fishing, trips to the mainland to see ruins and the usual mild bar life on Coz. You can find plenty to do during the day and well, you know what to do in the evenings. If you want to venture out for food, there are lots of little places in town. Oh, don't forget to go into town for some shopping. Stay away from the shops located near the piers as they tend to run higher on prices. The water/ice is safe at the resorts since they have their own filtration systems. Most nicer restaurants use ice made from filtered water. I've eaten fresh fruit and veggies w/o problems at the resorts. Just use your head, if it looks "iffy", it probably is. Have a great honeymoon!
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