Acuario Tulum Hotel
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At the beginning of my three week journey through Mexico I endeavoured to learn as much about the Mexican culture as possible. What I didn't realise was that I was about to embark on a journey of my own personal discovery of the Kiwi culture. This lead me to realise just how little we actually know about their race and how f**king brilliant they really are. It was on the East Coast in Playa Del Carmen where I met 4 Kiwi's who educated me on cultural aspects I wasn't aware ...
... my time here on the peninsula. But it was already dark, so we could not visit the pyramids. Instead, we went to a place called Papaya Playa Project. Have not yet checked out what exactly that project is, but I know a few things. Firstly, they have a pretty cool name. Secondly, an awesome location directly at the beautiful beach in Tulum. And thirdly, they have great food and nice staff. I went for something as simple as chicken fajitas, but ...
Today was a fantastic experience in trying things for the first time: zip lines, repelling, and snorkeling a cenote. The AllTourNative Jungle Maya excursion was definitely worth the $140 to visit the jungle adventure and revisit Tulum. The view from Tulum hasn't changed a bit, but I wouldn't expect that it would in an archeological site. Our tour guide Robbie was fun, knowledgable and obviously loved living his job every single day. He easily explained all of our activities and ...
... to the beach. The beach was really nice....definitely one of the nicest beaches I have ever seen. We walked most of the way along the beach before pulling up for some lunch at a cafe on the sand. Over lunch we were treated to a topless photoshoot amongst the boats on the beach which was a bit of a laugh. That evening we headed back to the hostel and hung out there. Megs had a job interview via skype so she set up ready for that. We were the only ones ...
... most direct route to the bus station.
Our bus ride to Tulum was very uneventful, we had driven the first half of the road a few times previously when going diving. Our hotel, in Tulum, was 3km out of town, by the Mayan ruins, so walking was definetly not an option and we already decided on a taxi. Unfortunately, our driver this time was at the opposite end of the scale when it came to service - he didn't know ...