Nachi Cocom. It's a beach resort that limits the number of guests to 100 per day, situated about 10 miles south of the port. Once we arrive we are greeted by a pleasant lady who provides all with Sombreros for a photo opportunity. Once done we check in and immediately find beds by the poolside. We have paid $55 each for this break and it includes all food, drink (incl. alcohol) and beach facilities such as kayaking, snorkelling.
The temperature is rising steadily but the pool is a welcome respite from the heat. There is a swim up bar so you don't even have to get out of the pool to order a drink. The staff are very attentive and there is always someone walking by asking if we need anything.
We order lunch at the resort. We have Nachos and Guacamole (which is excellent and is freshly made). The fajitas we have to follow are equally good. All washed down by ice cold beers.
Key Lime Bike Tours - Christopher, the owner and guide is very knowledgeable about Key West. We learn a lot about the city from its geography, history, and culture to its architecture. Christopher has a passion for the latter and he talks constantly about it and the tour was excellent and highly recommended. We got to see parts of Key West we have never seen before. We visited Mallory Square, Hemingway's House, Duval Street, the Presidents Gates, Mile Marker Zero, (lighthouse), Dog Beach, Memorial Beach and Key West Cemetery. We end up at Kermit's Cafe Kitchen and enjoy a nice Key Lime Ice Cream