Palapas Tulum

Address: Retorno Polar 64, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Retorno Polar 64, Tulum, is near Playa del Norte, Garrafon Natural Reef Park, Isla Contoy, and Hacienda Mundaca.
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Travel Blogs from Tulum

The Ancient Maya Ruins of Tulum

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 19, 2014

21 photos

... surrounds the ruins.

I even dared to ask a questions to one of the guides, acting all gringo and so on :P That way I found out that the hand print on the temple did not actually have seven fingers, but consisted of two hands placed on top of each other. The Mayas also had different temples in Tulum and in other cities for all kinds of stuff, and they always prayed to the temple that was dedicated to a deity that was associated to a special occasion or ...

Guacamole moley moleeeey!

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 30, 2014

40 photos



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Tequila, sombreros, scorpions, guacamole, beer, day of the dead, horchata, cacti, maracas, candy skulls, football, tacos... Mexican culture, cuisine and tradition is strong and its people wear their identity with pride! Very close to skipping this vast country, I'm thankful we didn't because it's been one of the greatest surprises of the entire year.

Our duet became a trio, picking up a companion ...

What Do You Do When Your Bike Breaks Down?

A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Aug 05, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

You get greasy. But I'll get to that. There is nothing quite like a beach vacation day. I mean, I know it seems we've been vacationing for many weeks now but it's different in a beach town. Everything is slower, so we move slower. Keep in mind two of the last two cities we were in had up words of 6 million people so being in this pueblo feels totally different. The pueblo of Tulum is cute- about two hours south of Cancun in the ...

Once upon a time in Mexico (and Belize)

A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Jul 21, 2014

3 comments, 44 photos

... some nurse sharks and sting rays. Another memorable experience in Caye Caulker was grilling our own lobster on the BBQ where we were staying. Luckily for us lobster season started the weekend we arrived, so one afternoon the four of us went to the fisherman's co-op and bought some fresh lobsters off the fishermen. Once grilled on the BBQ the lobster was delicious. We have been lucky to have eaten a LOT of lobster so far on our trip. Yummm. After four days in Caye Caulker we took ...

Caves and Sand

A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on May 11, 2014

22 photos

... border crossing, all to cover the stellar distance of 400 kilometers. After quickly calculating the average speed, it doesn’t take long to understand that some people would have been faster with a bicycle.
Perhaps the most amazing part is not so much the maddening slowness of these trips, but the fact that we still fall for the trap of underestimating travel times; after all these months, we should have understood it by now. We wanted to arrive here late in the ...