Riviera Maya Travel Tip – Stock Your Villa Before You Arrive. Save Valuable Vacation Time!

Posted May 31, 2013 by Kay Walten in Family vacations,Mexico Vacation Tips,Riviera Maya Services

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Imagine the convenience of having someone do your vacation grocery shopping for you and delivering it to your vacation rental before you even get there.  Enjoy cracking open a cold one immediately after dropping your suitcase at the door. Avoid dragging your travel weary children through a grocery store.  Pack less because your shampoo, tooth paste and sunscreen are already waiting at your villa. Rivera Maya Groceries lets you order and pay for groceries online, and then delivers your order the morning of your arrival. How easy is that?

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