Maya del Carmen
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... are good. Of course, he can't really speak ill of any aspects of the resort... but as sabrina is saying, "He can make a face and use a weird tone in his voice". We have a drink, all dressed fancy, in the lobby bar (where Jesus sends a really confused cleaning lady to send us a note on a pink Post-It that says "The Beautiful Guests") and decide to go to Rodizio instead - the Brazilian Restaurant.
The food is fantastic, ...
... and I both enjoyed the ride a lot, we got back filthy compared to everyone else but didn't mind because we had fun, i didn't see much of the jungle because I was concentrating on riding and not hitting anything, Bobbie didn't spot any Toucans. We got cleaned up and went onto the next activity, the zip lines. We all got hooked into harnesses, had more photos taken then all had to climb this massive ladder up into the tree tops. This ladder was very unsafe, you were ...
... one! We landed ok but our bags took a little time to come through, finally we made our way to the exit. A few seconds later i could hear my name being called and my mum waving her hands like a loony smiling from ear to ear. My sister was also going crazy with excitment! I was so happy to see them, it was a lovely way to welcome us home. Even Beyers was smiling, not something i bet he thought he would be doing upon landing in England on a dreary Monday morning! So thanks you two : )
... underway and the bride is gliding across the sand with the seagulls circling overhead, so at least they deposited on me rather than ruining her big day. And what a day! This is the schmalziest wedding we've ever seen as Tess and Stephen sobbingly make their way through their vows in front of bridesmaids dressed in black and guests clad in what can only be described as casual wear. Once pronounced man and wife they walk up to the beach bar, still sobbing, to a quite ...
... especially with the language, but I am hoping that spending time with her and some of her lovely Mexican friends my Spanish improved - listening anyway! We took a trip to Xochimilico, an area on the outskirts of the city with dozens of waterways dissecting the land, much like Mexico City would have been like a few hundred years ago. A great day with a boat, a bucket of beers, Benito ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking