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which I put out very late because of moving and resettling. Ironman was on Sunday and I flew on the first leg of my trip on Tuesday, November 30th.
I had a great deal of help from friends in Cozumel to prepare for and execute this trip. A huge helping hand came from Ivan Cocom. He accompanied me from my house to the ferry and on to the airport in Cancun with a huge pile of luggage and the precious Freckles. It went pretty smoothly except when I tried to board the airport bus in Playa with my dog. A very officious bus employee refused to let me board. So we ended up taking a taxi (that took some of the goodbye gift monies I had been given). But it was a lot more comfortable and faster. Going through customs in NY was a bit crazy and time-consuming. I got to take Freckles out for a walk and he got his first taste of cold weather (and so did I). But he got some needed relief and we went back through security to board the flight to Buffalo at the last minute.
The Plan. The plan was to meet up with my friend, Bryan Chapman, who drove in from Michigan with some of my "stuff" including a 6-foot "cat tree". We planned to pack up Bryan's van and my car the next morning and hit the road as soon as possible to get as far south as possible hoping to avoid the infamous Buffalo winter storms. My sister, Rita, picked me up at the airport and said that I was "in luck" because it was raining and should continue raining tomorrow, not the best driving, but no snow. Well like many weather predictions in the Buffalo area, that proved wrong. As my nephew, Nathan, was loading the car and van, 4 inches of heavy wet snow fell in about an hour. It continued to snow over 18 inches. Not huge by Buffalo standards, but bad enough to delay departure for 2 days. The "400" which would normally take me to the interstate was closed and the NYS Thruway had people stranded for over 12 hours. So our prudence was in order. I took the "opportunity" to buy gloves, boots, scarves and a new cell phone since I had lost mine in one of the airports. It was good times with my family and some fun photo opportunities. Freckles first experience with the snow was pretty amusing. Below he is looking for his toy ball -- those of you that know Freckles know this is a strong motivation to get out in the snow.
Here is a link to the Youtube video I took of him.
Such a game little guy, really tried to find the ball in the snow.
Much as I hate snow, I had to admit that it was really beautiful those two days in East Aurora, NY
The NEW Plan. Well, by Friday morning the weather was enough improved that we took off, trusty Garmin pointing south. Since the 400 (main route to the NYS Thruway) was still closed, we had to take an alternate route and headed south towards Pennsylvania and we were off in a cloud of snow. It was kinda slow going the first day, but just normal wintry weather. The 2nd day we got hit by another storm in the mountains of West Virginia and Virginia. While it wasn't nearly as bad as the Buffalo storm, it was quite icy and cars were sliding off the roads. I opted to stop very early and lost more time. Sunday things improved and we hit sunny Florida. Monday afternoon we got to Cape Coral, and I knew I couldn't get unpacked, repacked and board the plane back to Cozumel at 6:30 the next morning, so I changed my ticket to leave 2 days later. Very costly, but I thought the travel insurance I took out would cover me. I was wrong.
For furniture I had nothing but air mattresses and one stool to sit and sleep on. So I looked at Craigs list and found a terrific buy. For $250 I got a large entertainment center, couch, 2 chairs, TV and wicker dresser. That helped a lot. I had hit an estate sale on my trip to the Cape in August so I had some dishes, lamps and mirrors I had kept in a inexpensive storage place. When I started moving to Cozumel there were hardly any restrictions on luggage, now it is ridiculous. To get my cats and dog and "stuff" back to the states took 2 flights, with extra charges for pets, baggage and anything the airlines could think of. It was a lot more fun moving TO Cozumel.
IS THERE A CASSANOVA IN YOUR LIFE?
The Bio. Fernando and Romi Cassanova were two of my earliest friends in Cozumel. I was introduced to them by their long time friend Nelda Harris. Fernando and Romi are wonderful people and were immensely helpful throughout my time on the island.
Fernado, who was was born in the small village of Dzemul, Yucatan, grew up in hard conditions. He started working in the agave fields at age seven. Beginning work at 4 AM taught him the value of a strong work ethic and also gave him the desire to have a better life. His father (to the right) was demanding but instilled a respect for people, hard work and honesty into his young son. He says that his life was hard but lots of fun. At the age of 18, Fernando sought a better life and moved to Cozumel in 1978. He was hired by the Barbachano family who owned the Hotel Club Cozumel Caribe and was employed there for 25 years. Fernando spoke fluent Maya and Spanish but lacked the English skills needed to work with the tourist sector.
During his time at the Cozumel Caribe, he met Francis Brennen, a travel agent from England who recognized his ambition and potential and taught him English. He became a bellboy and to this day, tourists/friends that he met through the hotel still call and come to visit him and his family.
He sometimes takes trips with friends that he made at the Caribe. When Hurricane Wilma devastated the island, he had the misfortune of being in Cuba. Worried about his family in Cozumel, he tried for days to return to the island and was told by one person on the mainland that “Cozumel and everyone in Cozumel is gone.” When he did arrive, he found his family safe and although the island was beaten and battered, he said he fell to his knees, thanked God, and wept tears of gratitude.
Today Fernando is self-employed and continues to help those in need. His religion and his family take precedence in his life. He and Romi have two sons and two daughters. Fernando Jr., Julian, Suzana and Ebilene. Tragically, Fernando Jr. passed away at the young age of 27. With grandchildren who dote on their “Abuelo”, Fernando is always busy. He and Romi, who have been married for 33 years, are widely known on the island and it’s unusual to travel down the street with Fernando without hearing the familiar cry of “Nando”. EVERYONE knows Fernando. Known, loved and respected by all, the love that Fernando and Romi have for people so evident to those of us that know them.
The Big Sale Susan McGuffin spent a week helping me price the sale items and kept a fire under me to keep me moving and pulling out all my priceless junk from all my hiding places. I absolutely could not have made this move without her help and guidance. The day of the sale was amazing. We had put posters up all over town and we had a ton of people there. We had to keep the gate locked until the start of the sale and when we opened it...well I have a video that shows the first moments.
The Spiritual Cozumel. Cozumel draws people from all over the world who have great diversity in their spiritual and religious beliefs. It seems to me that the island has a special spirit that draws spiritual seeking people of all beliefs. You will find here Bhuddists, Jews, Cathlolics, Muslims, Seventh Day Adventus and many, many other beliefs. And you can partake in many activities to expand on your own spiritual experience. Yoga, group meditations, and much more is available here for the open-minded explorer. One of the activities that I engaged in while on the island was group meditation. There were at least two women that lead guided meditations, Sandra and Sally.
Sally led a full moon mediation with a medicine wheel on the east side of the island when the full moon rose at sunset a few months ago. Many of you know Sally as "barefoot Sally" who does the phenomenal barefoot massage - here is her link. We met on an empty beach close to sunset to set things up. For this meditation we created a large medicine wheel and used natural items to create the color points of the wheel. To the right, chilis create the color for south and also to the right, Federico is placing the candle in the east point of the wheel. Our intentions were for a profound spiritual meditation as we have experienced with Sally and Sandra before. For the most part that is what we got, but there was a glitch. Sand fleas! The setting was quite beautiful and the weather, perfect, but the bites, not so much. So we are evolving and learning and have concluded that maybe outdoor mediations on the beach at sunset are not such a great idea although I am sure the sand fleas loved it.
The jellyfish to the left is pretty common in the waters around Cozumel. I have been around them many times, pretty close at times, and have never been stung by them. It has also been hard to see if they have any long tentacles, which is how you normally would receive a sting. My research identifies these as Moon Jellyfish. They b