Tulum Hostel

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

Once upon a time in Mexico (and Belize)

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

3 comments, 44 photos

... hope it meets the expectations I have of it. Much love, Sarah xx Julian's corner: I was quite pleased with Mexico overall for the short stay we had there. I was expecting to hear a sly 'grinngggo' being said in my direction as well as the sound of a gunshot at least once, but funnily enough neither expectation was met. I wanted to take this opportunity to have this little rant, and pledge my loyalty to Maccas. Let me start off by saying....whenever you are rushing to wedding (or ...

New companions

A travel blog entry by tillykitch on Jun 09, 2014

15 photos

... s great for the job. We went with him to Blue Parrot again and met some of his last group which was fun; it took a little longer to get going than the night before so Molly went back to the hotel after we'd had a good few pineapple vodkas and some dancing. I stayed longer and was having fun with a girl called Natalie from the last group and bumped into the Australians again later on, again I didn't get to bed until 4am only ...

Mayan Mysticism in Tulum

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg on Mar 10, 2014

31 photos

... 8220;Dos Ojos Cenote” on our way
to Cancun. Cenotes are water-filled sinkholes that appeared when the Yucatan
rose out of the sea about 2 million years ago and have since been flooded with
rain water. We took a “collectivo” from
town and then walked 3km to get to the entrance where we rented some snorkeling
gear. The water was like a clear blue sky and crystal clear and we spent about
3 hours swimming around ...

Big Day Out

A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Dec 11, 2013

2 photos

... After reading up on road rules they discovered that the basic rule is to give way to any vehicle that is bigger than yours. Oh and another useful one (that we thankfully didn't have to make use of) was if you need to warn traffic of an emergency, the recommendation was to put tree branches on the road. As you can imagine we all found this quite amusing.

So yesterday we went on a bit of an excursion and experienced some pretty cool ...


A travel blog entry by skyenichol on Nov 21, 2013

20 photos

... if I freaked out down there or if something went wrong with the equipment. It played on my mind. I said "no, it costs too much money, it won't be worth it" I said. Excuses, excuses.Then Skye (my partner) said something to me. "Fear shouldn't be the reason to not do this." So with that I said "Ok," I knew she was right and within thirty minutes I had booked 2 dives for the very next day.

The dives were incredible. To explain cave dives a ...

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