Mayafair Design Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... sprawling tourist trap flea market..
Very colourful and interesting, with lets get $$ from the Gringos at every turn..
The leather work was outstanding, most of it hand crafted..
At reasonable prices too after explaining to the vendor that we were Australian and had not much money...
Eventually the heat got the better of us, there is no breeze blowing in the narrow alley ways...
So we ...
... list. There were only 4 performers.
So here is how it worked, we got to choose from a list of songs (I chose I Love Rock and Roll by Joan Jett) and they had volunteers be judges, and the band played, and contestants sang. After, the winner was decided by a combination of audience applause, the volunteer judges, and the workers at the resort. I do not want to toot my own horn or anything, but I KILLED it! I knew the song well enough that ...
... the Italian congregation came by to say hello while we were on the cart which was nice. We finished at 12pm and three sisters came to collect the cart because they needed it in the afternoon. A few were meeting for lunch in Park Palapas and they invited us to join them. So we all got in the car and drove to the Park which isn't too far away in Down Town. Park Palapas is a lovely place particularly in the evening. We came one night last ...
... our room like little kids (ok well Stephie & I did haha) it was so amazing I wanted to jump up and down on my bed but decided that was going a bit far. In the corner was a giant jacuzzi right by our beds looking out over the incredible beach & horizon beyond. The three of us kept laughing because the concept of all -inclusive was new to us all and a sort of initial awkwardness and disbelief held us back, but it wasn't long before we'd opened the mini bar and to ...
... Del Carmen. Before we got to Cancun we had a bit of time in Mexico City, we went to this old canal system that was built by the Aztecs and floated around that in a scaled up version of a Gondola like in Venice. It was pretty cool just floating along having a few beers while Mariachi bands float back and forth and people try and sell you food or souvenirs. On the same day we went out to a large archeological site with huge pyramids ...