Land Lovin” Adventures

Lat: 20.422984 Long: -86.922343

Cozumel, Mexico

Adaptive divers cozumelWell the rain stopped, but not the wind, 20 mph from the North… closing the ports and no diving today, but that didn’t stop our adventurous pirates, who rented jeeps, hit the pool, explored the island.
Adaptive divers frozen daiquirisScott, Matt, Melissa and Alex circled the island, had a tequila tasting experience, and checked out some Mayan ruins…
Marlene, Sue, Barb and I checked out the market square and shopped with frozen daiquiris,
Adaptive divers volkswagen bugCharley, Kurt and Emily watched the sun set on the other side of the island. That’s about all I could keep up with!
Marlene got the bargain of the day, half off the fish spa… fish only had to work on one foot! This girl knows how to work it!Adaptive dive fish spa
Dinner at Palmeras, complete with mariachis (see our Facebook Page!)
We will try this weather thing again in the morning, the wind is still howling, kinda sounds like home…

Meanwhile back in the states….

We will be taking part in the first ever UTSW (UT Southwestern Medical Center) Adaptive Sports Coalition Expo!
This Saturday, Oct. 28th! 9am – 3pm
Maverick Activities Center
UT Arlington Campus
500 W. Nedderman Dr.
Our Bryan Shaner is sacrificing a day of diving here in Cozumel to be back in time for this event, and will be joined by Anne Larboullet, Robin Reynolds, and other area pirates to network in the Dallas area. Please go by and see them!!! Thanks Bryan for everything you are doing to support local disabled peeps in your community!

Hasta Luego,

Theresa the Terrible


Theresa Cortez, Dir. of Communications

Dive Pirates Foundation

877-393-3483, Ext 4