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rosegrower

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My husband and I are taking different excusions in Costa Maya. His does not return until 2:30, mine at 12:30. Can I look at the shops around the tourist village safely or should I just get back on the ship and wait for him there? I know the fishing village is cheaper but I really do not want to go there by myself.

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Costa Maya was developed by the cruise companies and is surrounded by a wall. The Mayan people are lovely people, no problem there. It is usually rather crowded with several ships in port. It's a great place to shop and they will have music and dancers by the pool.

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As the previous poster said, there will be lots of people in the pier area, and it is surrounded by a shops, with just one or 2 exits. I never felt unsafe there, nor in Majahual.

 

Here is a link to some pictures I took there. The pictures at the pier, including the pool, were taken at the end of the day, and as you see there are still a lot of people in the pool.

 

http://community.webshots.com/album/527685047YCNWgf

 

Enjoy your time there!

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