I wish you could see Cozumel traffic at its busiest, because it's scary! Nobody obeys any laws, people pull right out in front of you, Brooke pulled right out in front of them... if you want to get anywhere, the only other choice is to sit all day and wait, because these people don't know the meaning of "yield". At one point Brooke realized she needed to turn around and did a u-turn. In the middle of the u-turn, a cop she hadn't noticed behind her before she turned honked at her. She gave him a wave and kept on going, and that was the end of that. When in Rome...
However, this was taken at a relatively peaceful time and place.
Back when we were planning our visit, Rachel asked me if I would be interested in snorkeling. I don't swim AT ALL, but Rachel described the process and said she intended to try it, explaining that we wouldn't be in terribly deep water. "Well, maybe..." I told her.
But when we got there and I saw all those waves coming in, I knew it wasn't for me. At least, not that day. Rachel tried it, though. I should mention that the day she tried it was also the day that made her five years cancer free. It was also a day we had started by watching the sun come up over the ocean.
I want to do an entry about Brooke's dogs, but every single picture I have of any of her dogs is blurry. Brooke, if you see this, see if you can get a decent, clear picture of any or all of them plus a brief story of each. And of course, their names, since I never recall names of any living creatures that don't belong to me... and sometimes not even then. Of course I remember my dog, Hoshie (I'm sure that's misspelled. I don't know Japanese.)