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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... wet room and a large balcony. As Adam would be working many hours on a big project here it made sense to book comfortably. The aparthotel was owned and run by a German family and were some of the nicest people we have met on our travels. David, the owner's son ran everything with his Mexican girlfriend Asenet and we would talk for hours to them about our similar interests in music, film and travel. His mum owned the property and always made sure we were ...
... when we left and wandered around the streets looking for an authentic meal and came across a quiet Cuban restaurant. The food was really nice, I finally had the lobster I had been craving and the others had shredded beef with rice and beans with fried plantain. I had a mojito with Cuban rum and skipped dessert. On the walk home we found a cute little cafe so I could get a takeaway coffee spot warm up. I drank it in our room and ate some of my Cadburys chocolate - absolute ...
... Yucatan peninsula (quite possibly of the whole of Mexico but we’ve seen too little to make that statement). Missing out on the whale sharks due to bad weather was of course unfortunate (instead we saw Iron Man 3, which was great).
Nevertheless it would be cool to see a bit more of the country as it was clear that the farther away of the coast we were the more enjoyable our experiences were.
Food was good and it ...
... next morning, and its parallel to our room with only have a thatched roof to keep out the noise. We despair and move hotel then watch Hare Krishna's bang drums out in the plaza to very confused Mexicans.
From Cancun we fly out to New York, are rushed through security after arriving late, fly on to Shannon where we wait 5 hours in the cold and eventually go our separate ways in Birmingham to surprise our parents by arriving unannounced on their doorsteps for Christmas.
... advanced civilisation but came to their demise when drought hit and they had no water to grow maize to eat. A very impressive city.
Then onto Campeche, which is another UNESCO world heritage city because it’s still surrounded by the old city walls. This was our first sighting of the gulf of Mexico. Campeche was really just a stop to see Uxmal, another Mayan ruin – but I won’t walk you through that one cos I know this blog is huge.