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... drinking to certain areas.
As I already mentioned, Platinum Yucatan Princess belongs to all-inclusive resorts, meaning that everything is supposed to be included in the price of your room. PYP is such a great place that they really include most of the things one can possibly need to spend unforgettable holidays.
Rule no. 1: You are never hungry in PYP!
There are several restaurants inside the resort, the cooks of which take care of ...
... I walked around avenida cinco, where they have an impressive array of shops, restaurants and bars, and then succumbed to the temptation of trying a Mexican cocktail. I was given a rum punch with white rum, orange juicwe, pineapple juice, grenadine and crushed ice and it was a huge thing. After that I made my way back. I met Marlene later and we had a tequila.
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... and caves, with Graham aiming to put me directly under each waterfall. Thanks for that. I got my revenge when I drove cause he shat himself the whole way thinking I was about to hit a tree. As if.
Even though I'm petrified of heights we went zip lining. The zip lines ranged from 45 metres above the jungle to 8 metres underground. It was an amazing experience and covered 20+ zip lines. Half way through there is a random water slide (what ...
... skills because 1. I suck at French and 2. even if I was good this is Mexico. So far I've got these three things down Hola Gracias And Dos . If I need anything else I'm almost as good as Thamsanqa Jantjie with out the schizophrenia. Besides the language barrier and adjustment to the scorching humidity (so expect bad hair all week) Riviera Maya is beautiful. And the resort is ...
... when the Spain arrived, conquered the Mayan and brought small pox and other European diseases which effectively wiped out the nation. It appears the Mayan people moved northwards after the people lost confidence in their kings to continue to communicate with the Gods and to guarantee the rains to grow the crops needed to sustain the growing population. We were advised the Spaniards arrived at a time when the Mayan empire was again in decline for the same reasons, over population ...