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Cancun and the Riviera Maya, Mexico

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S: Our Vacation to Riviera Maya, Mexico -- July 2010

FC: Riviera Maya | July 2010

1: Tuesday, July 20: Flew in and met our transfer van... | The boys were impressed by the "refreshments" offered for the short trip!

2: photos by Octavio Montes | Wednesday July 23

4: ...spent the afternoon at Playa del Norte on Isla Mujeres...

5: ...and spent one more night at the Westin Resort & Spa.

6: the Barcelo Maya Palace | Thursday July 23: Checked in...

7: ...got our bracelets, and began the all-inclusive life!

8: An absolutely beautiful resort from top to bottom with incredible attention to detail

9: A feast not only for the eyes...

10: ...but also for the palette! Our meals included...

11: ...escargot fois gras, crab legs with caviar bouillabaisse and...iguana sausage!

12: Tulum | Friday morning July 25

13: We arrived early to beat the heat and the crowds. Following our visit we walked the beautiful beaches south of the ruins. | the Iguana Tamer

14: We were back at the Palace by 11:00... | ...and used the rest of the day to enjoy it!

16: Saturday July 25 | Xel Ha | The World's Largest Natural Aquarium

17: We had a BLAST floating down the lazy river, cliff jumping, snorkeling, biking, hiking, and relaxing!

19: We enjoyed reconnecting with friends and shared lots of laughs.

21: "A vacation is having nothing to do and all day to do it in." Robert Orben

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  • Our vacation to Cancun and the Riviera Maya --July 2010
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