Banyan Tree Mayakoba
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... But turns out that I really like it :D Ailed had a scampi soup that my brain told me not to try, but David had a whole fried fish that was looking extremely good and that I took a few bites from. Dani had ordered quesadillas, but she is a vegetarian.
After lunch we went to Playa del Carmen, which is a good half hour away from Puerto Morelos. Ailed dropped Dani and me off in the city center to let us explore the "Quinta", the fifth ...
Since sleeping time started around 5 or 6 in the morning, we had a late start, around noon there was some movement and very carefully and slowly some moved to the beach to get some sun and sea.
We had lunch at Zenzi and confirmed that the service is extra slow, Mari and me had to rush because I made appointments for a dental cleaning. We needed to take advantage since I made an attempt last year for dental services in ...
... Stacie and I decided to just to the included stuff, as who knows about Kyle's stomach at this point. We did some exploring, went into a glass bottom boat and viewed the fishes. They are huge, and there are so many of them. Then when the buffet opened, had breakfast, as we left the resort by 7. Kyle ate a little, as he should have something in his stomach. Then we walked around, and Kyle and Bob got pictures taken with parrots, and an iguana. Toucan Sam was also ...
... Ish-caret"). I don't really know what to call it. An adventure park, theme park, zoo or gigantic garden? It has everything! In one area, you're checking our pumas. Then around the corner there's a beach and snorkelingactivities. A boat ride in a river. A butterfly garden. A horse show. A Mayan-themed and a Mexican-themed evening show. A big lunch buffet. A Mayan cemetery. Loads of souvenir shops. Guided tours all day.
... parents can leave their children for a nominal fee while they go off to work. Most Mexicans in Playa are not originally from here, having moved for work in the tourism industry. Therefore a common problem is the "temporary abandonment of children" while their parents go to work in bars, hotels, etc. At the Ludoteca the children do artwork, play games and are assisted with their homework. Each week also has an ...