Maya del Carmen
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... When you first arrive you get taken to your villa by luxury speedboat through the Mangroves. I feel like a princess as I step off the boat and onto the landing where my butler is waiting to explain the ins and outs of my over-water villa.
Which is massive.
Huge living area, outdoor deck with my own private plunge pool, a massive bathroom with a bath, indoor and outdoor shower, walk in wardrobe, huge king size bed.
Luxury at its best.
The trip from Caye Caulker to Playa del Carmen in Mexico wasn't a great ones I was still feeling ill. The next day, and consequently the last of the trip, was better. We visited the Tulúm ruins, went swimming in caves and chilled at what has to be one of the nicest beaches ...
... looked great and I was confident in the artists hands. He put on the stencil and it looked great, after a few more ideas of what to fill in the gaps with he got to work. The tattoo took 2 and a half hours and was one of the most painful I've ever had, the middle of my chest right on the chest plate, I've had my pecks done and it wasn't too bad due to having some muscle there. The tattoo artists name was German, pronounced Herman, we spoke a little ...
... I could see the deep blue of the water through the archway entrance, excited to see what was there I hurried down the steps to a huge circular cave with the water below. Beyers couldn’t wait and rushed before me stripping to his swim shorts and diving in. I couldn’t move, I just wanted to stand there and take it all in, the stalactites, the little birds swooping around, the huge hole above with streams of sunlight flooding the water below, fish darting around and the long ...
... O’Gorman, a well-known Irish painter who settled in Mexico. Despite this influence, he chose to focus onarchitecture early in his career. After graduating in 1927 from the school of architecture of the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City, O’Gorman began designing spare, rectilinear houses and buildings in the style of ...