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better beach maroma at secrets in Mexico or the beach at Negril??

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I think I am experiencing "buyers remorse", as my husband and I just selected and paid for 4 nights in early Dec. at Secrets Maroma. We have been to many Caribbean islands and know Mexico does not have the clear turquoise waters of Virgin Gorda or Tortola. While we did not like all the activity and noise, Cayman had a beautifuly beach as well as ST John. Went to Puert Vallarta with my daughter to celebrate a special birthday and found the red flag up daily. Thought my husband and I should give Mexico a final try. Our .friends now tell us we would have preferred the water at Negril .

Make me feel good and tell me that the beach at Maroma is calm and swimmable. Looking forward as always for your concise comments

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