Maya Villa Condo Hotel & Beach Club
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... 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 ...
... normal buildings, with columns and less evidence of pyramids.
The site is beautiful siting on low cliffs overlooking a turquiose and deep blue sea.
Less evidence of Mexican sales persons at this site, but the guide still untrained.
The second site was inland about 30 km next to five lakes at Coba. The site was claimed to be 90 sq km with 6,000 buildings. We only saw about ten buildings in various stages of recovery from the forest and these buildings were ...
... I WANTED one, and when you WANT one, you pay the price. It also happened to be smack dab in the middle of tourist mud pit, so no way would I get better there. But, as it happened, the sales clerk spoke great english and we got chatting about her Mayan culture and how it relates to nursing. awesome. although she might have expected a tip. sorry girlfriend, hubby intoxicated and tighter than a conk shell at depth. Eventually, we got a ...
... floor and ceiling become stippled in pattern and suddenly there’s an oily shimmer in the water turning any shapes into oily shadows. Its a bit disorientating but I found if I looked to the left or right a bit I could kind of side-step it. We kick through the tunnel, careful not to stir up sediment and it suddenly opens up into a broad cavern. We’re surrounded by natural rock formations on all sides but if we look to the top we can see a small opening where the ...
... has been constructed upon which are six tables for two, intimately spaced, looking out to sea (and the ferries to Cozumel!) and around which flaming torches are lit to complement the candles shimmering on the tables. The ambience is enhanced by the crashing of the waves, the twinling of the stars and the trampolining of the children next door at Senor Frogs, an all-you-can-drink style bar for 18-30 clubbers and their bouncing offspring. But despite the enormous yellow ferries ...