Cruising Disney: ports of call

We had two ports of call on our itinerary: Cozumel, Mexico, and Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island. In Cozumel, we spent a couple of hours strolling along the main drag, wandering in and out of shops, and then visited Museo de la Isla de Cozumel. This great little museum taught us about the history of the island. Our favorite part: the Mayan display in their courtyard.

Museo - Cozumel

After exploring the museum, we visited their little upstairs café. The view was great, the breeze refreshing.

Cozumel - view

Our second port of call was supposed to be Castaway Cay. Unfortunately, due to high winds and strong currents, we were unable to dock there. Plan B: Nassau.

Fort Fincastle, Nassau.

The view from Fort Fincastle, Nassau.

My soldier <3

My soldier ❤

The Queen's Staircase, Nassau.

The Queen’s Staircase, Nassau.

Since Nassau was an unplanned stop, I hadn’t done my gluten-free research for that port, and thus felt better about going back aboard for lunch. Nassau was a fun stop, but I couldn’t help feeling cheated out of our day on Castaway Cay. Guess we’ll just have to take another cruise some day!

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About HFBrainerd

Published novelist and Disney World fanatic. Thanks for coming along on this wild ride!
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2 Responses to Cruising Disney: ports of call

  1. 2eat2drink says:

    I like being your soldier 🙂

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