Hotel Riviera Caribe Maya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to be attached to anyone, which was rather disconcerting. It was only at this moment that I began to question my decision to do a skydive in Mexico - from the shifty office and 30 second briefing, to the poorly maintained plane, everything seemed to add up to an uncomfortable 300mph landing. In my opinion the problem with thrill seeking sports is that there is no grey area. Just a big red one if things go wrong. I love thrilling sports, sure, but I think ...
... on the course, so we'll be forewarned and prepared. He even wanders over later that day with a half-finished bottle of fine New Zealand sauvignon blanc he's upgraded to, announcing that he and Lynne are going shopping and they'd like us to finish it off before joining them for dinner in La Terraza later on. After a hard day's beach-side relaxation I persuade Coman to go back to the art gallery we'd visited on our first day to see if we like the works of Ricardo Campero ...
As a self proclaimed black belt traveler I've always tried to stay away from the "red flag" countries such as Canada and Mexico. But after deciding that southern Mexico was ok as long as we didn't spend over 16 hrs continuously in the country I gave Raeann the go ahead to include some Mexican in ...
My mother, brother, and I became scuba certified in the cold waters of Crystal Lake in northern Wisconsin.
Our first trip for scuba diving was to Cozumel, Mexico. We stayed at an all-inclusive resort, which allowed us to walk right out onto the beach. We dove with their dive shop and had the most wonderful dive instructor, Alex.