Cancun Trip 2006


My daughter was graduating from high school and we knew it was going to be probably the last trip we make together as a family. We stayed at the Riviera Maya Resort and were treated like royalty. We created a great family memory that will be with us the rest of our lives. We plan on going again - although not all of us will be able to make it. We often sit back and talk about the fun time we had and all of the different things we did. We swam with dolphins, we took speed boats out among the mango forest, we scuba dived and snorkeled, and we enjoyed some great Mexican food. My husband liked sitting on the beach under the umbrella relaxing with his "drink of the day". The people that worked there were so very helpful and informative. There was even a little grocery store right at the resort so we would eat breakfast inside. My youngest enjoyed swimming up to the pool bar and getting a fruity drink made out of a pineapple. They carved it for him as he watched a face appear on the pineapple. My daughter and I enjoyed a massage on our balcony that was over the ocean as the boys went deep sea fishing. They caught some cool looking fish. My son, Brad, told his dad he thought he had the flu, but it was a little sea sickness. He had never had that before. So now we joke about the fishing trip where he "caught" the flu. We are looking forward to our next trip and creating some more great family memories!

- Diana S. from Alto, MI

Comments for Cancun Trip 2006


Name: Gayl B.
Time: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Glad to hear your trip was great...We're from MI too and I was wondering if you could give me any tips on using RCI..we are new to the timeshare stuff! I've read alot of bad stuff, but were in it now & we would like to make the best of this. Any info/tips would be greatly appreciated....

Name: RCI
Time: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Hi there Gayl! First off, welcome to the family of RCI subscribing members! We think you will find great value in your RCI membership, and we’ve created several tools to help you do just that.

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Since there are so many benefits that come along with your RCI membership we understand that learning about all of them can be a bit overwhelming at first, so after you take a look at the sites above feel free to contact us at talktous@rci.com. We’d be happy to help answer any questions you may have and get you started.

We hope this helps you, and again – welcome to the family.

Name: Diana S
Time: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

RCI is great to work with. I have never had a problem. I'm not sure if you have points or weeks. We have weeks and it works out great for us. We have stayed at places we never could have afforded. We have been all over. In fact, we just came back from another trip to Cancun. Last Christmas we went to Cabo. We have always enjoyed great experiences.

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