Tulum Hostel

Address: Andador Palmera No. 30, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Andador Palmera No. 30, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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Travel Blogs from Tulum

A Brother, A Cenote & A Bit Of Harmless Crime

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jan 23, 2015

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... access to the pristine swimming holes below. There are several cenotes around Tulum which Scott had spent the last few days diving and snorkelling. He brought us along with him to one called Cenote Casa, a huge open U-shaped cave filled with the most vibrant cool blue water you've ever seen. It was bordered by mangroves and filled with fish, with underwater cave systems splitting off here and there. It was incredible. At one stage I was floating on my back, looking up at ...

Caye Caulker to Tulum

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Dec 12, 2014

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... and Dylan some conch cerviche. We finished up just in time and went back to the hotel to grab our bags. Everyone was catching golf cart taxis so we grabbed a lift for our bags then walked down with Rafael. Just as the boat arrived Rafael realised he had left his fins at the hotel so rushed back to get them. Arriving back just before we left at 12:20. We got a spot up on the top deck and it was a nice 45 minute ride to Belize City. Here we got ...

Mexico, Beach Side

A travel blog entry by ebzh on Aug 16, 2014

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... that I met in the Caribbeans for some brilliant cheap cave diving but my friend had to leave the country few days before for visa reason. Yep, big time balls.Anyway, it was then shorter and not until the more touristy bit, Tulum would be the furthest North I went. A smaller size beach town not far from nice Mayan ruins by the sea (these guys ...

Once upon a time in Mexico (and Belize)

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

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... NO WHERE! I rest my case. There are reasons why the world forms negative opinions about Americans, and if you go to Cancun these reasons will be justified. One example was when me and Sarah were on a public bus to the beach in Cancun, Sarah was sitting in front of a bunch of cockheads (three young American couples) and I was standing next to them in the isle when a young Mexican man jumped on the bus and said he wanted to sing to make some money for his family and for his ...


A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Feb 20, 2014

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... They could then stand up straight inside as the Mayans had a system of building roofs by stacking stones on top of each other closer and closer together to form a pointy roof. There was a crocodile carved in the stone above the doorway. There was also a tiny window in the back of the building, a small opening left in the thick stone walls, this was used as a telescope to see far away back to the ruin on the first lagoon that used to light fires to signal to the tax ...

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