After the excursion we spent time shopping in town. For lunch, the noisy, busy Senor Frogs did not appeal to us, so we wandered down the main street. We were approached by an older gentleman to come up to his restaurant up a narrow flight of stairs. We followed him up and enjoyed a wonderful lunch at his restaurant, "Toro's Place" overlooking the main street and harbor. I highly recommend this restaurant for authentic Mexican food - we saw cruiseline staff there, so knew it must be good food at a reasonable price! To find it, if you are on the main street facing Senor Frogs, turn to your left and walk along a short ways - it's just past McDonalds.
After the jet ski excursion we did a bit of shopping in town (the shopping isn't as good as Cozumel), then had a 'lunch' of ice cream from the Haagan-Daaz shop... MMMMMMMMmmmmm!
The tendering process was tedious, we stood for 1 1/2 hours in the hot sun to get back on board - they had only one tender running! I don't think an elderly person could have taken this. Once back at the ship, it took a further 40 minutes to unload the tender! If you find yourself in this situation, don't stand in line. Sit in the shade and only join the line when it is almost done - they won't leave without you if there are people still in line for tender.