Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Gran Bahai Principe Coba, Mexico

Some of you may be contemplating running away to a warm sandy beach somewhere...anywhere.. Try the Gran Bahai Principe Coba resort in Mexico. The first photo above is the sitting area in our room. Too bad that this season, there are no direct flights from Thunder Bay to Mexico. This is a fabulous all-inclusive resort, the grounds are very well kept, the rooms are spacious and clean, the Staff at the resort will offer you the best service possible.

And the airport in Mexico...? Modern, clean, looked like any other airport anywhere in the world...TP in the washrooms, really, I don't know what I was expecting. The Airport staff were quick and efficient at moving all the tourists through.

How nice are the Staff at the Gran Bahai? Well, when I was in the front Lobby I spied the florist coming in with armfuls of tropical flowers to place in the Lobby, so I tried to buy some flowers from him. However, with my limited Spanish, and having no pesos on me, I wasn't able to make myself understood. One of the Staff saw this, she went and got her purse and paid the florist in pesos. I later gave her back the money in dollars. The staff really do look after you. I had a beautiful tropical Bouquet of Ginger & Birds of Paradise for our room.

There are so many tropical flowers - like this purple Bouganvillea bush.

Your choice of which pool to use, as there 2 sister resorts on the grounds, the Akumal which is closer to the beach , and Tulum.

So much colour in theTropics! A welcome change from black and greige. This is part of a Shopping center on the grounds, complete with a Doctor's Office and a Pharmacy.

Lots of Birds in the tree just outside our room.

You're able to do Yoga outside..how many of you have always wanted to do that?

Everybody needs some quality time in the Sun...!!

Fabulous sandy beaches.... this beach is at one of the nearby Mayan ruins. The one thing about the Resort is that it is very big, so it helps to study the map , so that you can find your way around easily. There is a tram that circles around and takes you to the beach and to the Buffets, and the a la carte restaurants ( if you prefer not to walk..) Email me and I'll send you a copy of the map via email.

For now, I will try to embrace the biting cold, the snow, and this wonderful view of the Sleeping Giant.

How are you coping with the recent cold snap?
Camellia's - 30 Hacquoil Rd.
Oliver Paipoonge, thunder bay, On
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