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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Today we visited one of the wonders of the world, and I won't do it justice here. Started the day by getting blessed by a Mayan elder and then spent a shitload at the Mayan artifacts shop (supporting the local community Graham said). Lunch was lovely, but Graham was incredibly impressed by the Mexican dancers with beer bottles on their ...
... excited. We are glad we didn't go on the Dreamliner plane, as apparently the loo started leaking and people had people had poo water seeping through the carpet near their feet. Ugh. We have chilled out most of the day getting our bearings. We have swum in the sea, which was quite choppy today as there was a breeze and sat by the pool as that was quieter than the beach. There was a wedding on as ...
... 345;icházet a odcházet, kdy potřebujeme. Pro Pamelu jsme její první couchsurfisti, byla trošku nervózní, co od nás očekávat. Její maminka nám se smíchem řekla, že očekávala nějaké hippies. Dva dny prozkoumáváme Cancún, jeho nekonečné bílé pláže s tyrkysové modrou vodou v dlouhé zástavbě těch nejdražších hotelových komplexů. Čísla říkají, že Cancún navštěvuje v ...
... The day before we had organised a tour that departed from Cancun bound for Tulum to see the ancient city’s ruins and then went onto the natural aquatic park called ‘Xel-Ha’ to cool down from the hot Caribbean.
Tulum is located on the Riviera Maya, along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea. It was one of the last inhabited cities built by the Mayans and it stands on 12m high cliffs looking out over the ocean. An absolute stunning ...
Mexico was just beautiful. When we got off the plane and walked outside the airport, we were awaited by a resort driver who drove us to our location. One thing to point out, don't drink tap water from Mexico. This will give you diarrhea.