The Grand Mayan Riviera Maya
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Grand Mayan Riviera Maya Playa del Carmen
The Mayan Palace was great as usual, but as it was the off season there wasn't a lot to do. The staff was always curteous and friendly.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Grand Mayan Riviera Maya Playa del Carmen
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... was further back in the plane, and after barely a couple of hours the pilot came on to advise that 'due to overconsumption of alcohol no more alcohol would be served to anyone for the duration of the flight'. I don't think I've ever had that happen on a flight before. Landing at Cancun airport we joined the horrendously long queue to get through immigration. The queue was pretty much backed up to the plane. We gradually made our way downstairs, down the escalator ...
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... language and began speaking a considerable amount of Spanish (Yo no habla Espaņol). oops. On the bus I met a pleasant and equally wealthy women named Barb. She was a Vacouverite (you could tell) on route to her second home in Hopkins, Belize. She spoke about a Jaguar Sanctuary involving a lazy river with floating tubes and, you guessed it, jaguars.
For the most part, Cancun`s culture and landscape ...
... habitation. Actually, it doesn't take a comparison to realise that Finca should not be allowed to accommodate people.
That was all. We boarded a plane for the first time in months and flew back to the land of the free in preparation for a Caribbean cruise. It was at this point when we both agreed on one thing - life could be worse.
Next up is some consumerism, we discover that lifts promote flatulence and we find out how it feels to live in Miami.
... was the place for us! The nachos con pollo were amazing, and the beer ice cold! By far our best meal in Cancun!! We also met a local named Victor, who we spent time chatting with regarding towns in the Yucatan. We took a look for the restaurant the next day and couldn't find it. So if you are ever in downtown Cancun and find a restaurant with sand floors across from a small green park, write the name down and take a picture, because you might not find it ...