Hotel All Riviera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to meet in Playa del Carmen. Thanks to his generosity we were able to spend 4 full days in a 5-star all-inclusive resort. What a spectacular invitation! We thought we were just dreaming and couldnīt believe it was going to happen until we saw the confirmation sent by the resort.
The resort was called Platinum Yucatan Princess (PYP). When searching for the resort we got a little bit nervous because it didnīt want to show up. After having read a few articles ...
... beside many Mexicans!
-what a kind friendly culture! We will remember Ramon from the buffet, Alonzo who ran the pool activities and Guillermo at the poolside breakfast place
-Gomez (at the beach) told us about his desire to learn English to pass a test to get a job at a resort instead of with the seadoo company-to do so he would have to pass a test
-something unique for power conservation; we have to put out ...
... And, remember Joselo, the guy I went on a date with? We've been seeing each other around once a week since. On New Year's, I called him and asked if he wanted to stop by our party. He spent the entire evening with us. He had a ticket to Armin van Buuren, who was playing in Playa del Carmen this evening, but bailed on his friends to be with us and never used the ticket. I'm ...
... or whether they had countries of regions.
On the evidence of what we saw the Mexican tourist board has done a good job of marketing a site with little restoration. Every road to the site, every path into the ruins are lined with Mexicans, Chinese selling genuine Maya artefacts. It reminded me of a story from the Bible, and I am not very religious, when Jesus turned on the traders who were carrying out their trade in the holy temples of Jerusalem - it is time the same was ...
... shines through the water, and the roots of trees creep through from above. It’s a completely different world.
The second dive is at cenote Kukulkan and the difference here is the abundance of stalactites/mites .. they’re affixed to cavern ceilings and floors and rocks angled at all degrees. It’s like swimming through the jaws of Tyrannosaurus. We surface mid-dive to a tightly enclosed cavern that’s fed air by a few natural ventilation shafts. ...