Yoga Shala Tulum
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... pool (with really cool bridges over it!) which was in the 'superior and deluxe guests only' section!
We spent the next couple of days swimming, dozing in the hammocks, sipping cocktails, eating seafood, playing pool (the dragons let the ponies defeat them), pretending to be trolls under the bridge, valiantly rescuing crabs from the pool (good one moons) only to be outdone by a massive croatian man mountain, helping newly hatched turtles make safe passage to the beach, ...
en wachten op de perfecte golf om ons te laten dragen. Het strand en
de zee zijn helder verlicht door het maanlicht en we wanen ons in de
hemel op aarde. René brengt een meisje terug naar Tulum omdat ze de
nachtbus naar Belize moet hebben. En terwijl Tomas de aardappelen
probeert te koken, verzamelen wij hout om een kampvuur te maken op
het strand. Het vuur lukt goed en al gauw komen we hout tekort, dus
moeten we in het krokodillenwoud meer ...
... e there. If you ever go there hire a bike. We didnt because we had lots of time and werent rushed but its a lot of walking - the site is huge. There are 4 main complexes each about a kilometre away from the main path so in total about 8km walking. These ruins were again quite different and definently in the biggest state of disrepair out of all the others. But this creates a nice atmosphere - the jungle has reclaimed and taken ...
We started our Mexican adventure on the Yucatan Peninsula which has the Caribbean Sea on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other. The peninsula is almost dead flat, hot all year round and a mecca for tourists from all over the world coming to enjoy the sunshine, the stunning coast and the Mayan ruins. The most famous being Chichen Itza.
Our first stop was Cancun which is home to beautiful beaches flanked by hundreds of massive 4 and 5 star resorts. Many of these resorts ...
Sveglia alle 5.00 e recuperiamo il bucato steso chiudendo gli zaini. Check-out e nel giro di mezz'ora siamo alla stazione dei bus dell'ADO. Colazione al sacco e alle 6.00 in punto parte il bus per Tulum. Ferma alle 07.15 a Playa del Carmen e arriva a destinazione alle 08.30 circa. Chiediamo informazioni x il deposito bagagli ma ci dicono che non ne hanno. Usciamo dalla stazione e ci incamminiamo verso le rovine che distano circa 3 km e decidiamo però di prendere un ...