Question regarding weather!!!
Posted 20 November 2006 - 04:12 PM
Specifically I am wondering about differences between Jan/Feb/March.
Ultimatly I want to get up first thing in the morning and have it be warm enough to be able to jump in the pool, and was wondering if maybe there were certain months of the year that this is not possible.
Posted 20 November 2006 - 05:09 PM
i think april and may are the best times there.
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Posted 21 November 2006 - 01:43 PM
I went to Riviera Maya in 2005 toward the end of April and it was 85-90 and perfect for a morning dip every day we were there. Not so sure about the other months though.
January 13, 2007
Posted 25 November 2006 - 03:17 PM
We stayed at the Royal Porto Real. It was an All Inclusive resort and they didn't miss a beat! GREAT food (we were really surprised here!) a 24 snak bar with a self serve cappucino machine, game room, shows, a gigantic pool, and best of all, walking distance to 5th Avenue. A very hip pedestrian street with nice restaurants with live jazz, mariachi bands playing on the street while still keeping the Carribean ambiance with the buildings (lots of grass hut looking places). You can also catch the ferry to Cozumel from 5th Ave for $20 rt.
There were weddings every night At the Royal Porto Real (RPR). Though it seemed a little busy for a wedding to me, but if you are someone who doesn't mind that, they had a nice gazebo and I hear the wedding coordinators are really good there.
I have also been to the Mayan Riveria (Akumal) in June (went in 2002). It was really hot, but there was always a nice, strong breeze, so I was surprised how comfortable it was.
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