Mayan Beach Garden
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... that brought this place into existance. Before then fisherman lived here six months a year having had the land given to them by the government before anyone decided the location could be developed for tourism. So far it was aimed at a more discerning market, so just the one night and a few swims later we packed our bags and continued north.
... a regular port for many of the Caribbean cruise ships. So, twice a week it is invaded by floating cities which offload wealthy tourists in numbers that dwarf the local population. It does mean that the place is well equipped for parties – the GVI base is well known and well liked for its policy of directing its custom to the smaller, family-run businesses so most places offer a healthy discount on accommodation, food & drinks. We take the opportunity to buy ...
... and the EFR training has begun.. The drinking has begun too.. although i´m sure tequila is going to take a while to get a taste for! I have however found a taste for warm beer, we do get cold ones once a week after shopping!!
The one shower every 4 days isn´t too bad for me.. but the hair is definitely suffering...
You will be pleased to know i´ve learnt a new name for builders bum...so help put ´plumbers ass´on the ...
... others flew by. I met so many interesting people and am looking forward to keeping in touch with them. I am in Playa waiting to go diving tomorrow and then I fly out for the states and real life. I am glad to be leaving as I am ready to try something new, but I really dont want to go home and back to work. I am going to ease back into real life with a short stop in california before going home. ...
... a tree and Mario was good enough to hack off the end so we could sample the milk. Our tour guides went snorkling and found a live star fish for everyone to see. Eventually the boys went hunting for sand crabs (cute little things that seem to run sideways down the beach). We continued on into the tourist area of Costa Maya. This is the typical hot spot. It was nice but as usual the pushy vendors tended to ruin the time spent there. After that it was back to the ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking