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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We are back to the beach again, this time I am not scared of the water anymore. There is plenty of fun in Playa.
I walked with mom down the entire pedestrian street in Playa del Carmen at night. So much fun.
Well, it's been a busy couple of days! We've got a nice little routine going now. Breakfast about 9ish, then back to the room to get our beach stuff and put our sun cream on, then off to the pool/beach. We usually base ourselves near the pool because it's quieter as the beach is quite small and so you end up being really close to other people. Most of the people on there are Italian and super loud, so I'd rather ...
... on the cover! Love it! In my attempt at trying to find a sheltered place for us to make our BBQ, I trod on a cactus style plant which left me with needle-ball-like things completely stuck on the soles of my feet, and then I had to fall down to stop putting pressure on my feet, so they then ended up in my bumcheeks too... ouch. Spent a while with a beer in one hand trying to pull them out with the other, painful, yet ...
... body to move up alongside it. Together we
began to swim side by side. I was literally at his eye about a foot
away. It was undescribable to have the opportunity to swim next to this
beast and see him up close.
... to go see, as well as the nice river boat ride have closed. Yes.. They were closed at 4:30. No, I am not kidding. So, we changed to clean clothes, walked around a bit, then we went to our reserved dinner seats. Small snack was waiting for us, then an appetizer followed by our entree, and desert. All while the show was going on. The show was okay. It started off great with the Mayans era, their sports, their habits, activities, costumes, face paints (makes me want to watch apocalypto ...