Tulum Hemingway Romantic Cabanas
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... get our breath back. At about 22.15 we were already walking towards Avenida Tulum. We sat down in Curandero and ordered mojito and caipiroska (two cocktails for MXN 100). It was still too early as most people started to show up around midnight. As the night moved on we met with two Argentinian girls accompanied with a Mexican guy who was clearly trying to hit on the younger one :) We talked for a while and even had with them a shot of Mezcal which is, along with Tequila ...
Last long bus trip, 12hrs to Tulum from Palenque. Meant to leave at 8.30 but got delayed for 2 hrs. Bree, Matt and I filled in our time trying to practice and learn Spanish, testing each other, being silly and with plenty of giggles. I slept almost the entire trip, waking up around 8.30am around an hour before arrival. We met 3 nice girls, a pommy, an Italian and Aleisha from Sydney who joined our group for quite a few days. Really lovely girl who travelled ...
... takes you through a pretty jungle area - with iguanas at every turn!! And towards the main wall. Once you pass through the small gate built into the wall, the whole land scape changes into a bright green lawn, interspersed with old grey, brick buildings. It was really pretty. The ruins are built right on the coast line - and you can walk all the way along, looking at the bright white beach, the bright blue gradient of the water, the green ...
Tulum is worth spending a bit more time. We had 2 full days and didn't get to do or see everything in the area. The first day we borrowed our hosts bikes and wound up biking 21 km to find a beach. While beaches are free and open to the public, access to them isn't. The first beach wasn't so far but we wanted to go north, which led to the long ride. We finally found a house that ...
... up there/went to school there etc" Me: "you're not a barker kid are you?" Them: "sure am..." So we spent the day with an old barker boy about 7 years older than us and on his honeymoon. In a beaten up 4WD we headed the 20 mins to the casa/manatee cenote that was connected via tunnels to the ocean so was saltish water, warmer and had more fish life than the others. It just looked like a bright blue little creek but we stepped off a little edge straight down into the ...