Good to be home, I guess. But, the visit on Isla Mujeres was a wonderful experience. We began to feel at home there before leaving. We were always treated kindly and with patience. We hope we left the same positive impression. Impressively beautiful area including the trip to Contoy. And, your local chefs seem to try to out do each other; we never had a bad meal. Our only feelings of sadness were with regard to the apparent decrease in tourists, resulting from the 9/11 tragedy, that seemed to be significantly impacting your businesses. We cetainly wish all of you well, and we hope things improve. I cannot think of a better place to get away from the current stress and fear in the US.
Our only continuing problem until we found the Coffee House run by Wisconsin was the strange use of instant coffee by so many restaurants. Does Mexico export all of its coffee beans?
If I can, I would like to wholeheartedly recommend a travel service in Cancun: www.agitours.com. Javier Gonzales runs this very personalized tour service, and he runs it with his whole heart and soul. Reliable, reasonable, no pressure, considerate, a really sweet person with good staff. AGI took us to Chichen Itza and to Ixcaret.
Buena suerte to Isla Mujeres!