My travel resolution has been for a while to at least attempt to drive abroad. So I decide to drive on the golf cart friendly island of Isla Mujeres. There are many golf cart rentals along the street right off the ferry terminal. Prices and carts vary mildly among the shops. In addition to a small deposit, the rental shops may also ask to hold onto something such as an ID card.
Before reaching the island, I watched many YouTube videos on how to drive a golf cart. Outside of college campus, parks and airports, I have never seen a golf cart. I have never been on one neither. It turned out golf carts are actually very common, especially in real estate communities outside of New York City. I had no idea so many people (tweens) drive golf carts. Most videos on YouTube are more about mockery than instruction. Fortunately, AJ created a more serious one that I could learn from.
The main road right off the ferry terminal is Avenida Rueda Medina. It runs from the north end of Isla Mujeres to the south end on the west side. Continuing off from the south end onto the east side is about five to ten minutes view of the Caribbean Sea, depending on how fast or slow you are driving.