Travel Blogs from Tulum, Mexico

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En route five hours ago, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

En route five hours ago

A travel blog entry by bsuarez

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... cabana. I thought it would be nice to actually make a stop in Mexico instead of, you know, just heading straight to Belize. I landed in Mexico, might as well make the best of it. So I went to the bus station and saw that there were only two buses to ...

Playa del Carmen, Diving and Tulum, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Playa del Carmen, Diving and Tulum

A travel blog entry by travellingtans

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... legacy will be preserved for a long time to come. Playa Del Carmen is a party town and while we’re technically still in Mexico, it’s a very different Mexico than we’ve been seeing. The next morning we’re up early for our dives and ...

An eastern Mexico domination..., Oaxaca - Palenque - Tulum, Mexico travel blog

An eastern Mexico domination...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... . Probably. The colony of hippies - I think known as a 'joint' of hippies, makes for a karma-filled retreat from Mexico's general madness. Brilliant. Caipirinha it up... IV - It's clearly NFL playoff time Please find below a list of quotes from ...

Tulum Ruins & Beach, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum Ruins & Beach

A travel blog entry by tom_hollie_2010

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... . The last skiff to the island was 5.30pm so we had a hard task on our hands. We were sad to say goodbye to Mexico. Its been a great introduction to travelling as the Mexican's have been really lovely and always welcoming, despite our lack of ...

Tulum, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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... seen them a few years ago.  Remembered they were nice but thought that all the fuss was because it was just nearby the ocean.  Tulum have a fantastic, pretty big white sand beaches.  Very expensive thought and did not venture too long ...

Tulum Schmulum..., Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum Schmulum...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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3 countries, 2 routes, 1 boring trip, 0 pesos, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

3 countries, 2 routes, 1 boring trip, 0 pesos

A travel blog entry by bsuarez

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... up by a few stops along the way at customs or what we here might call a "rest stop" or "oasis". When I finally got to the Belize/Mexico border it was in the afternoon. I was hungry and hot. I bought an ice cream. In fact, I think I got a second one after ...

beach, ruins, fish....sweet, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

beach, ruins, fish....sweet

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... Xilbalba.... - got a ride back to rancho tranquillo with one of the pioneers of the cenote diving (and owner of Hidden Worlds, the company we went with); had some interesting stories... Tulum has changed quite a bit in 20 years by the sound of ...

Mayan Ruins, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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Today we explored the Mayan ruins of Tulum. They are perched right on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean sea and are most impressive. The people who lived here also had their own beach so I went for swim in the warm clear water while looking up at ...

The most beautiful place I have ever been, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

The most beautiful place I have ever been

A travel blog entry by hodge

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... on a short journey up to Corozal and then onto Tulum by bus. Everyone I had met while travelling around had raved about Tulum, but the place excided our expectations. The place is just spectacular. We are staying in beech huts which open straight out ...

Moving on..., Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Moving on...

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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Finally I left Isla Mujeres for Tulum. I am still traveling with Mick and Aaron from Oz and Cheryl from S Africa. We checked in to Hotel El Crucero which is pretty cheap and right down the road from the Mayan ruins that make Tulum a worthwhile place to ...

Why mesh tents and windy beaches donīt mix, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Why mesh tents and windy beaches donīt mix

A travel blog entry by casey_matt

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We said good bye to Isla Mujeres and hopped a bus to Tulum. When we got there we went to a hostel that was supposed to have luggage storage, it didnīt. So now we went out to the beach to find some cheap camping or bungalows. We ended up at a place called ...

Start of my Ruta Maya, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Start of my Ruta Maya

A travel blog entry by kris

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... i packed my bag and headed for Tulum on the bus. I was reading a blog on travelpod about this traveller who shot passed tulum by accident and ended up way down on the belize border at a town called Chetmul.. Me being the greatest ever backpacker out ...

Livin' la vida loca, Palenque, Chichen Itza, Tulum, Yucatan, Mexico travel blog

Livin' la vida loca

A travel blog entry by bonkers

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... you get the best hammocks in the world and is good for visiting Chichen Itza, the most well known of all the Mayan sites in Mexico. The pyramid is perfect and the architecture was amazing, climbed up it, round it, inside it, up it again, was very ...

Tulum & Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum & Playa del Carmen

A travel blog entry by schlossie

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... ;P L A Y A   D E L   C A R M E N On our last day hubby & I decided we could not leave Mexico without having seen any Mayan ruins.  My brother and sister in law wanted to spend the day at the hotel they paid for dearly, which also ...

No More American Spring Break Glitz, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

No More American Spring Break Glitz

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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... the Mexican coast rather than inland.  We also wanted to experience the beach without all the American spring break glitz and finally Tulum looked like the definite place to relax.  It was also important to stay in a place that was likely to ...

Things are a little different than they ..., Cancun and Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Things are a little different than they ...

A travel blog entry by wkfoster

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... seems to fall into place and you get where you want to, although not always the way you originally imagined. Backpacking in Mexico means revising the luxury standards again. After the luxury of Canada and the US, itīs now more like is there running ...

Swimming With Turtles, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Swimming With Turtles

A travel blog entry by thelees

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... here than simply tourism, people are just going about their business. Ironically we were warmly welcomed to Casa del Sol and to Mexico (after 5 months and on our way out?!) by Pablo, a friendly guy of questionable sobriety. Here we made a few ...

White sand and turquoise waters, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

White sand and turquoise waters

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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... .  Not being a fan of huge expensive vacation spots that lacks the dirty backpacker vibe, I headed south to a town called Tulum.  The is a small town with a gorgeous beach and a big backpacker population.  I ended up staying here for 6 ...

Still Visiting Ruins, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Still Visiting Ruins

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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... are trees in every direction, with only small breaks to mark the lake, the small town, etc. The second ruin of the day was Tulum.  As far as the buildings themselves, Tulum has been the smallest weīve visited so far.  But it sure is ...

Casa Cenote & Tulum eats, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Casa Cenote & Tulum eats

A travel blog entry by karawilson

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... a hippish, laid back man from Spain and he takes a lot of pride in drink and food. It's a must. I'm starting to believe that Tulum is the city to visit for great food! Looks like the weather is starting to get better. Julia's little buddy Kaya is leaving ...

We see a tarantula and flee to Chichen Itza, Piste, Mexico travel blog

We see a tarantula and flee to Chichen Itza

A travel blog entry by missemilygray

I took a solitary walk on the beach this morning to see the sun rise - lovely and so peaceful. Collected a few bits of rubbish to throw away - there isn't much but one definitely notices it and it makes me sad. Then back to ...

tulum ruins, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

tulum ruins

A travel blog entry by locaparacristo

... the mayan language, and it used to also be known as Zama or "dawn." it was one of the major comerical ports between central mexico and honduras, and is one of the most contemporary ruins of the mayan. the people who lived inside the walls were of the ...

Tulum, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum

A travel blog entry by n_bradley

... worry about anything. This relaxing way of life became very easy to get used to and so we ended up spending an extra day in Tulum getting to know some lovely people there. The third night we were there it was ladies night across the road at a bar with ...

Tulum, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum

A travel blog entry by blatherwick

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Tulum, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum

A travel blog entry by chris74

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Day 6: Why shower when you have an ocean?, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Day 6: Why shower when you have an ocean?

A travel blog entry by amandanlauren

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... . We walked the rest of the way along the beach, watching more of the fortress city appear out of the trees the closer we got. Tulum used to be a walled port town, with a sacred cenote and a Temple on a bluff overlooking the sea. Basically, I want to live ...

Tulum, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

Tulum

A travel blog entry by tahliejohn

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Tulum is a sleepy little town of about 15,000 people - about 2 hours south of Cancun. It has a very transient population, as it is almost always used by backpackers and the like on their way further south to the Belizean border and onward. The ...

En Tulum!, Tulum, Mexico travel blog

En Tulum!

A travel blog entry by rodriram

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Hola a todos! Bueno despues de haber pasado casi la semana en Playa del Carmen ahora me encuentro en Tulum desde ayer, la verdad estas playas te invitan a quedarte mas tiempo, pero bueno ya podran juzgar ustedes mismos despues de ver las ...

La ruine a Tulum..., Tulum, Mexico travel blog

La ruine a Tulum...

A travel blog entry by agnesdaria

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... climatise...ok partout..ca pour ca c vraiment different de l Australie...la clim est bcp plus "inexistante"!!! Enfin bon revenons a Tulum...jolie petite ville avec des jolies plages...le sable est tres tres blanc et l eau plutot bleue bleue...et ...

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