Monster Jeep Tour In Cozumel


(engine whooshing) – [Asa] Didn’t expect
to wake up to that huh? We have a neighbor. Abbie, we’re in Mexico. Abbie what do you think of Cozumel? – [Priscilla] She’s like, can
we get tacos for breakfast? – Yeah, I am down, for tacos for breakfast. – I don’t want what Margaritaville though. – No you want to buy like a taco joint? I don’t know if I showed my
hat off in my last vlog or not. Really, I’m really feeling this hat. Super dad hat. (loud crowds talking) So Autism on the Seas has
like a resort that they go to, It’s like an all inclusive thing, right? – Yeah. – They have like a beach and
they have free snorkeling, I mean you pay to get into the resort? – I don’t know. – Yeah, that was what Mike was saying. So you pay to get in, but then
everything else is included. They’ve got food and drinks
and all kinds of stuff. That’s kind of something they set up. Do they set up something at every port? – No. – ‘Cause like a group– – Like Jamaica, they didn’t have anything. That’s their day off. – Okay, ’cause I know in Labadie, they had like a beach day. – Right. – Yeah. – But they only do if for
a few hours, like 9-12. So you still have time to do
what they want to do as well. – Right. (crowds talking) (foreign language) – Whoo, we made it through the gauntlet. – What? – We made it through the gauntlet. – Yeah, almost. – Did you see they had scooter rentals? – Yes. (laughs) – I did. – Where we going? – I have no idea. – [Asa] You’re gettin’ tacos in Mexico. How fantastic is that? You love Mexican food. Whoo! – [Priscilla] Oh boy, they got
your music going too Ab, hoo. (cheery Mexican music) (laughing) – [Asa] Okay, that’s hilarious. That’s hilarious. ♪ Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa ♪ – [Asa] Are you dancin? Are you dancin? – No, (mumbled) – Whoo, alright, alright here we go. (laughter) – [Priscilla] Oh, boy. – Whoo. (laughing) – [Priscilla] Hi. (scooter motors off) – [Priscilla] Wow, couldn’t
do that in the U.S. – [Asa] No, no it’s, that would be against the law. Man, these scooters have been through it. – [Priscilla] Right. – [Asa] Cushy. You didn’t think they’d be big jeeps. They big jeeps. – I thought they were
going to be regular jeeps. – [Asa] All right Ab, get in. – Oh my god, if you can. – [Priscilla] How am I
supposed to get up here? – [Scooter Spokesman] That’s
especially one for two days, because that is maybe local.
– [Asa] Get it? I need a key for the child lock. – [Isaiah] Can we do the child lock? – Yes. – This is the child lock for her? – Yes.(mumbled)
– Cool. – [Asa] All right. – Why did we get the nicest jeep? – [Asa] What do you think? – [Isaiah] ‘Cause I told
’em to give us the big one. (laughter) – Do they have maybe a cooler back there? – [Isaiah] No. – Oh. – [Isaiah] Why? – They have a cooler– – [Asa] Can you take this? – [Isaiah] That’s the tour guide one. – [Asa] Oh, it’s like that too. I need both hands. – Isaiah had to– (laughs) – [Isaiah] Isaiah had to push– – [Priscilla] Isaiah had to push my butt, so I could get in the jeep. My legs are short. – [Isaiah] Oh, yeah. – [Priscilla] Are you so excited? – [Isaiah] I’m so excited, whoo. – [Priscilla] So unfortunately,
you can’t put the top down or take the doors off, because of safety. We get that.
– [Asa] Understood. – [Priscilla] Oh my gosh, I’m so excited. – Abbie, are you ready? – [Priscilla] She’s gonna love this. – We even got air conditioning kid. (lively Mexican music) – [Priscilla] What now? (laughs) Do you feel manly? I sense it (laughs) – [Isaiah] So my dad has
a sense of masculinity on right now. – [Priscilla] Abbie’s all hyped back there ’cause it’s chaotic. They call this a Mexican massage. That’s what the tour guide said. (laughs) Oh god. – [Isaiah] Abbie loves that. Yee, whee whoo. (laughs) – [Priscilla] (laughing) Oh my god. The guy in front of me is
not near as fun as you. Look at that. So pretty. – [Priscilla] Put your arms up, Ab. Put your arms up.
– Arms up. – [Priscilla] Whoo, party jeep. (laughs) Dad is having a ball. – Yeah. – [Priscilla] You don’t
have your hat on though. – It’s, not enough clearance for my head. Flopping around in here. – [Priscilla] Oh, my goodness. (laughing) – [Isaiah] Watch your
left, lots of leaves. – [Priscilla] This is
why they don’t let you take your doors and roof off. This makes sense, right? – [Isaiah] Makes sense, yeah. – [Priscilla] My god. – [Isaiah] We’re fallin’
behind, let’s catch up. – [Priscilla] Oh, okay. Oh my god. (laughing) (rhythmic techno music) – [Isaiah] You roll it up. – Okay. (laughing) – [Isaiah] Mom, it’s lower, my god. – Whoo, whoo, whoo hoo. (laughing) – [Asa] Ow, I didn’t expect that. – [Isaiah] Oh, this is bumpy, oh. This one’s real bumpy. – Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh. – [Isaiah] What’s with the noises? What’d you get on your cruise? – Lower back problems. – [Priscilla] (laughing) Oh my gosh. This is amazing. – [Isaiah] Oh, god. What’s that sound? Oh it’s my hand. I’m trying to protect my head
and then my hand hit the roof. (quiet Mexican music) – Very friendly. – Yeah. – [Priscilla] They
still has big time guns. – [Isaiah] Yeah, true. I think all guns are big time guns. – [Priscilla] Well. – They all throw bullets in one direction. (laughing) Out of the business end. (mysterious techno music) – [Abbie] Whooo. – [Priscilla] Get it Abbie, get it. This is just so much fun. (laughter) – [Tour Guide] Everything else– (wind blowing) (ocean waves crashing) – [Photographer] Perfect. – [Priscilla] Thank you. – [Isaiah] I could only hear it. (ocean waves crashing) – Okay, so if you do this excursion, mosquitoes are no joke,
but they brought a– – [Priscilla] Luckily we had other people that were prepared. – Yes. – [Priscilla] And they share. – Oh yeah, these are the sun screen, or the bug spray saviors over here. Tell you what, this hat,
everything Priscilla. My new favorite hat, I think. – [Priscilla] Yeah. – Yeah, can I get one without
a logo on it right here? – [Priscilla] Yeah. That’d be cool, right? How’s it going, photag? Did you take some dope pictures? – [Isaiah] Yeah. – [Asa] You gonna put
those on your Instagram? – Yeah. – [Asa] Can we list your
Instagram right here? – Sure. – [Asa] Okay. Okay that was amazing. So little beach excursion there where we got to eat lunch. They had carne asada prepared for us. Would recommend this excursion 100%. Abbie was a little bit nervous
with the jeep right at first, but then she was fine. Just as usual you know, you just gotta, had to get used to it huh kiddo? Good stuff? (hand slaps) She’s so hot and sandy. We’ll get you, we’re gonna get her changed so she’s comfortable and get
her in the jeep in the AC. Oh yeah, and there is air conditioning, so that’s awesome. (dry leaves brushing) You make it? You okay? Watch Mom come through the wilderness. (rhythmic techno music) – Priscilla’s stressin’ out. – I’m super stressed because it’s 4:06 and we have to back on the ship at 4:30 and you know. – [Abbie] Whoo. – It’s actually 4:11. – Oh, my gosh. – Yeah, we have no, no time.
– Calm down. – Come on Ab. – [Abbie] Ooh. – Ab, chill out. Chill out, okay? – Just stay away from her, I guess. – [Isaiah] She’s beating
me up in the background of your video (giggles) – Just leave her alone. She just don’t want to be messed with. – [Isaiah] Calmly, this
is the arm reach across and grab me by the chest. – [Asa] Come on, you do not
know the definition of hurry. We don’t want to be permanent
residents of Mexico. I love it and all, but let’s go. – [Priscilla] We gotta take one selfie. Hurry.
– [Asa] All right. That’s the jeep, you ready. – [Priscilla] Look Ab, look, look, okay. – [Isaiah] Let’s rock. – [Asa] All right, let’s roll. – [Priscilla] Here Ab,
I got your backpack. – [Asa] Bye, thank you. I left the paper on the dashboard. – [Tour Guide] Thank you. – [Asa] All right, appreciate it. – [Tour Guide] That’s
good, have a good day. – [Asa] We had a great time. We’re going to go back to the boat and you’re going to go to your classroom. Do you want to go to your classroom? I know, yeah. Bathrooms are on the boat too, come on. – Come on Ab, you got it. You’re doing great. She’s actually walking quickly. You’re doing great Ab. – Can we get back through this right here? Can we get– – [Asa] I don’t think so. Go through here. – [Priscilla] You’re
not going to have time. – [Asa] I can’t. – [Isaiah] Yeah, I can go get it. – [Asa] Can you take her, we’ll go. – [Priscilla] You guys. – [Asa] I’m gonna go with him, okay? ♪ Goodbye, bye, bye ♪ (fast walking) (windy sounds) (traffic sounds) – [Isaiah] Let’s go. – [Asa] All right, is your bag zipped? – Yup. – [Asa] Your bag’s open, it’s open. Just drop it in there. – [Isaiah] Oh my god. (rushing footsteps) – [Man] Go, go, go, go, go. – [Isaiah] Gonna start
workin’ out when we get back. – Boat’s still here. So, in case you didn’t
gather what was going on. Isaiah left his cell phone in the jeep. So he had to run back out. Fortunately, security’s not too tight. I just ran through a security gate. – Yeah. – I ran through that
first little open gate. Did you see that one?
– Yeah. (door screeches open) – [Priscilla] Abbie.
– [Asa] Oh. – [Priscilla] Abbie. (laughing) – [Asa] Hey, did you have a great time? Are you ready to go to your classroom? Whoo, get it girl. – [Abbie] Eh. – [Asa] Abs, that guy’s
watching you party. He thinks it’s hilarious. – [Priscilla] Look, everybody’s waving. (ship engine pounding) – So something we were not clear on based on the comments
that we’ve read so far. Autism on the Seas, I
want you to think of them as something like a travel
agency for autism families. – Yeah, that’s exactly what they are. You contact them, you book through them and then they take care
of everything for you. – Right, but you’re booking the room, booking excursions, like all that stuff. Now can they assist you with that? Can they help you with that stuff? – Yes. They can, yeah. I did the excursions on my own, but they helped me pick out the room and that kind of stuff. – Okay, yeah so I think that’s
where the confusion was. They don’t set up everything. They’ll help you through everything. – Right. – If you need help if
you’ve never cruised before but how amazing was Mexico? How amazing was, good job. – [Priscilla] It was
so much fun, thank you. – [Asa] On the excursions, holy crap. – [Priscilla] Thank you. – [Asa] I mean they are so much fun. And accessible for Abigail, which is good. And that’s something that
Priscilla’s looking for. Something that’s accessible
and then something that we would still all
have fun at as a family. So I talked to the tour
guides when we were leaving. And I told them about what
we do and stuff like that. ‘Cause they were talking
about, they wanted everybody to shout ’em out in
social media and stuff. Shout out their tour company. So I I told ’em what we do and told ’em to look out for the video and stuff. But they said that they had
had special needs people before on their tour, because
it is very accessible. – [Priscilla] Right. – You know as long as you
can get up into the jeep or someone can help you get into the jeep then you are fine. They are very a accessible option, but then they had never
had anyone with autism on their tour. And there was actually two people ’cause another family
from “Autism on the Seas” was on that excursion. – Oh really? – Yeah. – Oh I didn’t know that. – Yeah, she had an orange lanyard on. – Oh, I didn’t know that.
– Yeah. – Maybe she’s not with
“Autism on the Seas”, but she definitely had autism,
because they said that. – Yeah. – Okay guys, that’s it
for us today and Mexico. Say bye to Mexico. – Bye. – Bye Mexico, see you guys tomorrow. (beeping tone) (laughing) – Stay hydrated during four-wheeling. – [Priscilla] (laughing) It’s hard, right? – It’s very important. (laughter) – [Priscilla] Oh my god
this is so fun. (laughing) – [All] Wheeew. (laughing) – [Isaiah] The jeep has
not fallen apart yet. Therefore you’re doing a good job. – A good job. – [Isaiah] It sounds like it might. – It does, it sounds
like it’s coming apart. – [Isaiah] Amazing. Amazing, check engine light
came on a long time ago. – [Priscilla] They say don’t worry about the check engine light. (laughing) – Yeah, it’s part of
the Mexican experience, one of the guys said. – [Priscilla] Yup.

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