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  1. I’m going to Cozumel on our last stop of a 7 day cruise with my husband and 3 girls (8, 9 and 10). We are trying to cut costs where possible and have fun excursions planned for the other stops, including one whole beach day. We are stuck on what to do in Cozumel for cheap. I am a planner, type A and not having any plans one month before the cruise is totally not like me! I know the cheapest option is to stay on the boat, but we don’t want to do that... our kids haven’t been on a cruise before and we want them to experience other cultures some. I was thinking we could take a taxi downtown, do some shopping, eat lunch and then head back and that would be relatively cheap. Do we just tell the taxi “downtown”? I’m sorry if this is a dumb question, but I’ve searched and couldn’t find the answers. And any recommendations for lunch? Authentic Mexican... not Taco Bell or Tex mex. but the real deal. It would be great if my one picky kid had something to eat... but she can get a snack when we get back on board if needed! Any other fun things to do for cheap/free downtown? This will be our last stop with two other beaches, so we wanted to do something different in Cozumel. Thanks!!
  2. Has anyone been to both? Wondering if it's worth the AI price for Jaime's, the reviews on Tripadvisor look amazing! Our group is me, my husband and 3 girls (8, 9 and 10), I thought to add the kayaks and snorkeling gear might be worth the extra expense, and the AI price for kids is very reasonable (I'm not paying $50 pp for them to eat a child's portion) I'm trying to add up what we would spend at Tropicante, and it's probably around $50-60 with food and drink. For $130 we can do Jaime's for the whole day and not have to rush back to the ship for dinner. Thoughts?
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