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Travel Blogs from Tulum
... transportation that the locals use.
I only had one full day there, and the majority of which was spent on my computer planning for my trip to Caye Caulker. It was good that the hostel I was in had killer wifi. It sounds like a stupid thing for a carefree backpacker to want, but at the time I really didn't care about anything else. I was able to walk to the beach though, which was completely gorgeous.
... chill out and dry the sweat off any time of day!!! Tulum had come highly recommended by a number of people and they we dead right! The first glimpse we had of the Caribbean and white sandy beaches. Also the first sting ray and jellyfish but ya take the good with the bad! Took me a while to get back in the water after that! Crystal clear water with millions of fish, inviting for some, scary for others! We hired some bikes and headed for the ruins a couple of miles outside the town, ...
... trip advisor were really good so we thought we would return for dinner. Once back at the hotel we freshened up and chilled out for a bit, I took my hammock up to the roof terrace and set it up and had a relaxing time chilling with the cats. That night we headed out to Hot Wok but unfortunately there was no one there so instead we went to Chinese takeaway. We took the food back to the room and had a quiet night in watching tv and planning things to do in ...
... still managed to get some good snaps. Whilst all of the ruins we’ve been to had a lot of lizards around them, Tulum has literally hundreds of iguanas, some of which are huge. We even saw 2 large males having a battle for territory which basically consisted of them running round in circles trying to eat each other. There’s a small beach that’s accessible from inside the ...
... our hostel and come to find out that we will see many of them at our next stop, Caye Caulker, Belize.
Tonight Vivek and I will be catching an ADO bus at 12:45am to Belize City, Belize which is an overnight bus where we will arrive at 6:30am. We then have an hour to catch the ferry at 8:00am which will bring us to the island of Caye Caulker. So take care and stay tuned for my journey into the next country of Belize!
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