Published On: Sat, Jan 5th, 2019

British traveler describes his first trip to the Riviera Maya

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DAVID MORGAN reporter for the Warrington Guardian tells us about his experience in the Riviera Maya.

The blow-up cinema screen is propped up by palm trees, while the sunloungers we were on earlier in the midday heat are now makeshift cinema seats.

It doesn’t get much more perfect – until a sandstorm suddenly whips up and we’re forced to watch the ending indoors (well, nobody wants sand in their popcorn!).

Freak storms aside, the white sand beaches in Riviera Maya are idyllic day or night, and it’s not the only time I’m blown away by natural wonders during my trip, either.

It’s my first time visiting Mexico’s Caribbean coast and the landscape is vastly different to the more rugged backdrops on the Pacific side.

On a glorious sunrise flight to Cancun from Mexico City, the view from above is like a never-ending blanket of dense jungle – the kind that’s uninterrupted and makes you wonder when civilisation will start to unfold. There are more trees than I’ve ever seen in my life and a good preview of what to expect when we arrive at our hotel, Grand Velas Riviera Maya.

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