Acuario Tulum Hotel
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Little text here as the photos say it all: an amazing day with some incredible vistas.
Headed to the amazing ruins of Tulum today - photos coming shortly. In short - beach, endless blue Atlantic Ocean, ancient ruins, and loads of lizards!
Looking forward to a great day tomorrow snorkelling with sea turtles in ...
... with heat, her eyes were watering and her nose was running (I think I even saw steam pluming out her ears). I know that Sarah can handle spicy food way better than I can but I still had to prove my manliness. "Here, let me finish the last one then", I took one bite and chewed for a bit then I was reaching for the mustard and ketchup like on dumb and dumber, it was easily the hottest thing I have ever ate and I only took one bite. And no word of a lie it went straight through us in 45 mins, ...
... Tulum, but highly recommend making the trip… you will have virgin beach to yourself.
Tulum centre is 3klm away from the beach, not an ideal location but id a fun centre with tonnes of restaurants and bars. The beach strip 3klms away has a load of hotels which provide their own meals and bars… the beach is divided between the free beach for everyone, and the private beaches belonging to each hotel.
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Getting there from Chichen ...
... ball court with its rings remaining and also a 3D skull set into the centre of the court.
There was also had one of the tallest pyramids, Nohoch Mul at 42m which we climbed, as did many others, including a couple of girls from Madrid who chatted football with Chris and the Sibit bag saga ends here.
We also stopped ...
... another continental breakfast of coffee, fruit salad, banana loaf & bread we were picked up nice and early by Nikki & Tyler. Our first stop was the Sac Atum Cenote. Our timing was impeccable, we had our own personal guide who navigated us through this incredible cave that was filled with fresh water and stalactites/stalagmites, to top it off we were the only ones there. The water was cooler than the sea but warm enough for us to spend ...