Maya Villa Condo Hotel & Beach Club
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... s actually cheaper.
The location was really good, away from the highly tourist parts and when walking to the beach there was plenty of small bars and local eateries to satisfy. The room was quaint, had two single beds (that’s all that was available), an air conditioner that sounded like it had a V8 motor and a trickle for a shower. Overall it was a nice stay but we paid too much and there was nothing we could do about it.
What we did
... 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 ...
... fact that we tidy every morning before breakfast means there is nothing to do and that, perhaps, the towel animal is the well earned cherry on the cake after an hours hard graft? Perhaps if we stop flushing the toilet and leave our dirty clothes on the floor then we will open the door to a Noah's Ark spilling out across the room? Or not. Maybe we will just be left with the sad elephant... ... They could at least create a mate for ...
... around on beds drinking magnums of vodka and champagne. The music was great, and I feel in love with a new track by Bob Moses called 'All I Want.' But raving alone is boring, and so I headed over to meet up with a friend I'd met through Dan years ago who was keen to see Adam Beyer at Kool Beach Club.
Brianna, funnily enough, had also met Dan on Hot or Not back in his New York days. She is heavily into the EDM scene, and has her own ...
Today, I swam with dolphins. I've done sea lions and sea turtles before, but nothing quite as curious and fun to interact with as dolphins. They're the sea equivalent of sheep!
We did the Dolphinus - a company we work with - 45 minute tour which includes petting, kissing and hugging the dolphins, a foot push, dolphin jumps, and more. A great experience!
In the afternoon, we went to the neighboring park: ...