Before returning to the dock, our bus took us to the the northeast corner of the island of Cozumel. There was a pull off from the road to a small scenic overlook. Here some entrepreneurs from the area had set up some crude kiosks and a very tiny bar hunt. The structures were made from driftwood, wood from pallets, and plywood. Along with the usual touristy bangles and baubles, they were selling beautifully finished driftwood. The day was beautiful and the brief bit of ocean air was delightful (as was the margarita). Hope these images capture some of the loveliness of the spot . . . even with driftwood hut owners persistent hawking of their wares.