2022

OCTOBER

NEWSLETTER

 

 
    

CASITA BLUE TANGERINE

Calle Pelicanos with Flamingos Avenue,

Flamingos Neighborhood, Cozumel.



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This is your opportunity to have your own Casita in Cozumel, Mexico!

 

Located in a residential, family friendly neighborhood,

Casita Blue Tangerine offers you 2 bedrooms, & 2 full bathrooms.

Living room area, dining area, with a kitchen.

The home has inside garage parking, and is close to a Sport Center,

excellent for morning walkings!

Don't miss this opportunity!

Cozumel Island is famous around the Riviera Maya for its safety

and for having the most beautiful reefs for Scuba Diving!

Cozumel is just a Diver's Delight!

 

 

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$125,000 USD

 

 

    

CASA COLONIAL -Boutique Hotel-

35 Av. #461 between Calle 8 Norte & Calle 10 Norte, 10 de Abril Neighborhood

 

Colonial Mexican village feel with on-site parking, Office, Large pool & Jacuzzi, Large in-town Property landscaped in a lush yet manicured setting, Established Clients, Room for Expansion, Staff in Place, TurnKey, Clean Books – Owner has relocated.
Each of these 4 uniquely designed villas has two levels with 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Bedrooms are located on the second level and each has separate full bathrooms. Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, and half baths are located on the first level of each villa. Washer & Dryer in each unit. Master bedrooms offer private balconies.
Property is equipped with a full-sized swimming pool to accommodate future expansion. The accommodations and amenities are upscale and were designed to immerse guests in a Mexican Colonial theme environment. Maid’s/Gardener’s Storage Facility, BBQ area, Palapa Umbrella and Botanical Garden are among the many treasures on this site.

Casa Colonial is a unique investment (built buy an American Developer) for a buyer that wishes to transition into an already proven income-producing facility.

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$780,000 USD

 

 

 

    

VILLA TROPICANA

Calle 13 Sur between 10 Av. Sur & 20 Av. Sur, Corpus Christi Neighborhood.
Just a few Blocks from the Ocean!


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Connect yourself to the Tropical Caribbean Cozumel Lifestyle!

 

Beautiful home located in the exclusive Corpus Christi area with easy access to the main Avenues!

Villa Tropicana has 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, having a master bathroom with a Jacuzzi!

Living Room, Kitchen, and Dining Room, Terrace on the 2nd floor, with a Palapa.

Submerge yourself into the fresh pool in sunny Cozumel!

Featuring a pool area to gather with Friends and Family.
The property has inside garage parking and an electric garage door. Laundry Area.

The home has a cistern with a capacity of 6.00 m3 and a high-pressure water system.

Located conveniently within walking distance to Grocery Stores! Excellent for renting as an Airbnb!

So close to everything and at the same time so cozy and private!

Let Villa Tropicana welcomes you as a Cozumel Home Owner!

LOT SIZE: 10m X 30m = 300m2

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$412,000 USD




 

 

ONLY 1 CONDO AVAILABLE!!

 

    

 

LANDMARK 611

Highway South Coast, KM 6.820, South Hotel Zone, Cozumel Quintana Roo.

Premium built condo with 3 bedrooms & 3.5 bathrooms located on the 6th Floor at The Landmark Resort!

Interior Features
The property has high impact hurricane tested windows. Central zoned air conditioning. Premium solid wood cabinetry. Premium stainless steel kitchen sinks. Garbage disposal. Granite countertops. Hansgrohe faucets. Kohler commodes. Energy efficient high-capacity hot water heaters.
24" x 24" Premium marble tile throughout.
Laundry room & Pantry.

Property Amenities
- Lobby area
- Fitness center
- 24 hours... READ MORE>>>

Size: 310.18m2

 

SPECIAL PRICE!

LAST CONDO AVAILABLE!

PRICE REDUCED FROM $1,003,077.07 USD TO $710,000 USD


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LAUREL LUXURY GARDENS

by the Car Ferry! Walking distance to the OCEAN!

SPECIAL 30% DISCOUNT!

 

DISCOUNT VALID ONLY TO

THE FIRST CONDO SOLD!

WITH 80% down, 10% payments, 10% at Closing!

CURRENT PROGRESS

October 2022

       

UNITS 101, 102, & 103 LOCATED IN THE JUNGLE TOWER!

WILL BE READY BY DECEMBER 2022!

 

 

GROUND FLOOR

 

SECOND FLOOR

 

 

LANDMARK LOTS

 

 

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LOT

STATUS SIZE PRICE

3

AVAILABLE 628.3 m2 $224,514 USD
4 AVAILABLE 483.92 m2 $172,716 USD

5

AVAILABLE 469.03 m2 $167,455 USD
6 AVAILABLE 467.29 m2 $166,646 USD
9 AVAILABLE 461.24 m2 $164,622 USD
16 AVAILABLE 455.14 m2 $162,599 USD
18 AVAILABLE 454.99 m2 $162,599 USD
19 AVAILABLE 440.87 m2 $157,347 USD
20 AVAILABLE 477.08 m2 $170,288 USD

 



 

    
LOT IXTAMA 3-4
CASA TORRES
RESIDENCIAS REEF 8180
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
    
EL SOL BUILDING
LOT KOHOUT LOTS #23 & #24
CASA TIO JOSE
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
    
NOVARA 203
NOVARA 204
LOT FREDDY
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-SOLD-
    
ELEMENTOS E2
JUAREZ ANTIGUA
VILLA ALTAVISTA
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-SOLD-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
    
COREL REEF INNN
VILLA AMANECER
CASA MOFFAT
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-UNDER CONTRACT-
    
LOT ELIA #2
LANDMARK 311
CASA SAN MIGUEL
-UNDER CONTRACT-
-SOLD-
-UNDER CONTRACT-

 

 

 

 

VISTA BONITA

$200.00 USD/ NIGHT

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Cozumel Carnaval 2023 Last Week of February – First Week of March Stay tuned for Set Dates!

 

 

 

CFE submits MIA for Playa del Carmen to Cozumel submarine cable

 

 

An MIA for the laying of another submarine electric cable from Playa del Carmen to Cozumel has been submitted. The Environmental Impact Statement (MIA) was submitted to the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) on September 14.

The following day, Semarnat published the 824 page document that details the CFE plan to run the new submarine cable from the mainland to the island. According to the lengthy document, the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) will run approximately 30 kilometers of cable under the sea from the area of Luis Donaldo Colosio Murrieta on the mainland to Isla Cozumel...Read more>>

 

 

Carnival Cruise Line will accept Covid self-tests when it comes to unvaccinated guests

 

 

The move is the latest to loosen the reins on pandemic-era testing and vaccination policies. This month, Carnival and other cruise lines announced they would drop their vaccination and pre-cruise testing requirement for vaccinated guests. Those changes also kick in on Sept. 6.

On cruises of 15 nights or less, Carnival will accept self-tests or lab-administered tests from unvaccinated guests. The exceptions are cruises that call in Bermuda, Canada, Greece, and Spain, which require tests to be supervised by a medical professional...Read more>>

 

 

 

 

After years of discussion Cozumel presents its first electric carriage to replace horse drawn version

 

 

Since the municipality banned horse drawn carriages three years ago, tourism providers have stopped offering the service. However on Friday the first, of what could be several, electric carriage was made available for island tourists.

The baby blue electric carriage, with attached shade and room for three, was presented Friday morning. Cozumel City Hall were on hand for the inauguration and the first carriage tour without horses.

The first official tourists were three women who enjoyed a tour of the city in the island’s new fashion. The three women were driven by businessman José Julio Azcurra who reported the cost of the carriage to be around 500,000 peso.

“Three years ago, a new Animal Protection Law came out in the state of Quintana Roo where we had a ban on the use of ponies. We took it as a situation for real, positive change,” he said.

The island of Cozumel is taking a step toward modernizing their services, eliminating the use of animals and replacing them with electric carriages after overheated horses were seen fainting in the streets. ..Read more>>

 

 

 

 

Don’t Give Up on America
 
Jerry Hogan
 
Imagine that it is now the early 1970’s and you are happy with your life even though there are things going on in the world that cause you concern.
 
One of these things is the US involvement in a country all the way on the other side of the world: Vietnam.
 
Since November 1963, the US has been actively supporting the government of South Vietnam in their struggle with their adjacent neighbor, North Vietnam. Although you really don’t know very much about why the US involvement, you do know that the struggle between these two parts of Vietnam has been ongoing since the 1950’s and the US has really been actively involved since about August of 1963.
 
In July of 1965, the US sent 50,000 troops into South Vietnam, and in August the US started full scale combat operations. By November, 300 US Soldiers had been killed and more and more US troops continued to be sent to that country: 400,000 by 1966 and an additional 150,000 the next year. 
 
And in 1964 protests over our involvement in this war started in the US. First, they started small among peace activists and leftist intellectuals on college campuses. But in 1965 after the US began bombing North Vietnam in earnest, anti-war marches, and other protests, such as ones organized by Students for a Democratic Society, attracted a wider base of support. 
 
While the anti-war movement began mostly on college campuses, most of the American population supported the President. But by the end of 1965 a small but outspoken liberal minority was making its voice heard.
 
By November of 1967 American troop strength in Vietnam was approaching 500,000 and US casualties had reached 15,058 killed and 109,527 wounded. The US was spending over $25 Billion each year on the war.
 
In October of 1967, a major anti-war protest took place as over 100,000 protesters gathered at the Lincoln Memorial and then 30,000 later marched on the Pentagon. Fighting broke out between the protesters and Soldiers and US Marshals.
 
And then in January of 1968 the Tet Offensive happened. Major battles ranged all over Vietnam and while the US and South Vietnam forces won the tactical battle, they lost the support of most Americans back in the States. Now the protests really began to escalate.
 
By early February of 1968, the month after the Tet Offensive, a Gallup pool showed that only 35% of the American people approved of the Administrations handling of the war.
 
Major protests continued with the Democratic Convention in Chicago in August of 1968 causing another violent exchange between protesters and authorities.
 
Then in May of 1970 a National Guard unit on Kent State University property shot and killed four students and wounded 13 more who were protesting the war involvement. 
 
500,000 protesters held a rally by the Lincoln Memorial; 100,000 in both New York and San Francisco at the same time as the Lincoln Memorial protest. Over 250 universities had to close to prevent student occupation in protest form.
 
US veterans of the Vietnam war were throwing their medals on the steps of the Capitol, and such spokesmen as John Kerry, who later became Secretary of State, appealed to Congress to end the war. Protesting continued throughout America and the only projected end was for the involvement in that war to end.
 
For those of us who fought in that war, our hearts were broken over two events: the killing of those students at Kent State, and the miserable way in which we left Vietnam with the subsequent collapse of that country.
 
When we came home, it was clear that America was split. Most people had turned against the war, and while not all were active protesters, their attitude clearly exhibited the division that the country exhibited over the previous 10 years.
 
Finally, a cease fire was reached at the diplomatic table and all US forces were pulled out of Vietnam. But, 58,220 American service men and women lost their lives, South Vietnam troops lost 250,000 dead with another 2,000,000 civilians killed, while North Vietnam lost over 1,100,000 dead.
 
So why write about something that happened 50 years ago?
 
As during the Vietnam War, our country is divided today: politically, moralistically, strategically, lifestyles, and the list goes on. Many see no end in sight and no end to the various divisions. Politicians on both sides of the aisle make statements that make little sense and continue to rise to even higher levels of uncertainty. 
 
Believe me, what we are going through now is nothing like what our country went through during the years of the Vietnam War. Many thought we would never recover from all the unrest and discontent of that period in our lives.
 
But we did. We survived and moved on following that basic document that holds America together: the Constitution.
 
Don’t give up and don’t think America is doomed. Once again, we will survive. Do all you can to help make that happen.
 
Jerry Hogan is a former Rockwall County
Judge who volunteers to write these 
Articles. He can be reached at 214-394-4033
 

 

 

 

 

 

November 13, 2022

 

GFNY Cozumel 2022

160km & 80km

 

SALES END 9/30/2022

 

$240.00 USD

 

GFNY Cozumel VIP 2022

160km & 80km Includes: VIP tent access with race morning snacks & post race meals, front corral start, post-race massage, custom dinner & VIP access line.

 

SALES END 9/30/2022

 

$660.00 USD

 

 

 

 

 November 20, 2022

Cozumel is not only a beach-goer's paradise, it’s also a seasoned IRONMAN host city. Off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, the area has over 14 miles of reefs for exploring, plus archaeological ruins, a national park, and endless expanses of turquoise water and white sandy beaches. 

The 2022 IRONMAN Cozumel offers slots to the 2023 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai'i.

 

The swimming stage of IRONMAN Cozumel is one of the most spectacular in the world. The great visibility of water and the huge amount of underwater life that accompanies the athletes throughout the course, turns this stage into one unforgettable experience.

Athletes will do 3 laps around the island to complete the 180 kms (112 miles) of the bike course. The route covers amazing Oceanside roads, the great hotel zone and a bit fo the city, This fast and beautiful route guarantees an exciting bike stage, ideal for those who want an IRONMAN PR.

The run course is flat and passes through many of Cozumel’s signature sites, including it’s waterfront walk, downtown main plaza and historic neighborhoods. Hundreds of spectators cover the sidewalks to watch and cheer for the athletes to give their best until they reach the finish line, which is located at the City Hall plaza in downtown Cozumel. 

 

REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Registration Includes

 

  • Athlete Guide
  • Back Pack
  • Timing Chip
  • Race Number
  • Bike Number
  • Sticker Number Sheet
  • Swimming Cap
  • Athlete numbered wristband
  • Bag (5) (White, Blue, Red, Orange & Black)
  • Bike Check Out Tickets (2) For Non-Athletes
  • On-Course Nutrition
  • Finisher Medal
  • Long Sleeve Finisher Shirt
  • Time Race Results
  • Post-Race Food
  • IRONMAN Live Tracker (App)
  • Finisher Certificate
  • Age Group Awards

 

 

 

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