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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... ocean Bryce and I were quite burned on our backs from snorkeling. I saw some Aloe Vera use in our near future. We got back to the shop, showered, changed and headed back to our hotel to rest before dinner.
For dinner we went to Café del Mar and I had pasta, mixed vegetables and mashed potatoes from the buffet. It was sooo yummy. Bryce had pasta as well, mixed vegetables and chicken fajitas. We are now the King and Queen of weirdest dinner combinations.
... and everyone enjoyed thier day. On the way out, we bought some pictures of the day with us in them, and then headed back to the resort. Geordy had a date planned for 7 this evening. We got back a little late and they met up later. Stacie and I ran the room and showered and changed to go for dinner. We were just going to go to the buffet, but ran into Billy, Bob, Sara and Lori. they were going to the Italian again, so we said why not and went with them. It was just ...
... saw the time running so fast?
How do you know what is a friend, if the circumstances never showed you the true ones?
How do you know what are borders, if you never crossed yours , to see what there was on the other side?
How do you know what is imagination, if you never thought about the moment when you would go back home?
How do you know the world, if you have never been abroad?"
Told ya it was cheesy...
... one last beer for Helen 'n one last mango margarita for Pat. Amid a light shower at 7:30 p.m., we hoofed it across the busy thoroughfare to catch the city bus back to our B2B Hotel. We spent our last night in Mexico with Helen catching up on her e-mails and Pat re-packing the suitcase (for the umpteenth time). We found one English channel on TV so ended the night watching a CSI show--at least something familiar! G’nite! ...
... as much and instructed him to "vamenous" (lets go) to my hotel. By 5 pm i was finally at my hotel and I thought I could crawl into bed and worry about meeting the tour later. This was not to be as my tour guide had been ringing the hotel every hour for the past 10 hours checking to see if I had arrived. I tried to explain to him that i was tired and i would think about it in the morning but he was quite persistent in trying to get me to Merida that night. ...