Cabanas Don Armando

Km .470 , Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tulum

Tulum - Backpacker beach paradise

A travel blog entry by remosito

My first time on a Carribean Beach. Stayed at Cabanas Don Armando. Did a Open Water Padi course. Visited the Tulum Ruins as well as the Copan ones. Stayed 6 days. Loved every second and Pina Colada of it.

Mayan Mysticism in Tulum

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg


... airport we went to a VIP cinema again to prepare for our red-eye flight,
where we watched “The Birth of an Empire” and had dinner. It was entertaining
although it probably won’t make it to next year’s academy awards…

Now we’re at the airport waiting for our flight to leave and
Fabian forgot he had my suntan oil in his carry on so I've been eying him down for the past hour as if he killed my baby...

Hello, my name is Poor

A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa


... us time to look around the city and spend half a day at a nearby beach, all the while spending as little as possible to make our money last! We took a bus to Trinidad, about 6 hours away from Havana where we stayed at another Casa for 2 nights. Lidia and another Julio were the owners and they were lovely too. On our full day in Trinidad Julio drove us out to the beach in his 1954 Chevrolet something-a-rather. The scenery in Trinidad was beautiful, lush ...

Tulum, Playa Del Carmen, and a rental car!

A travel blog entry by vivianlam

... to stay until I leave. We decided to head back to the hotel to exchange cash instead since it's not even a 10 minute drive. I parked on the side of the lobby driveway and we went in to exchange our cash. The lady patrolling the parking came in to ask us how long we were going to stay for because we were “blocking” traffic. How am I blocking traffic when I'm pulled over in the indent of the lobby driveway? I told her we were ...

We hate tacos - said no Juan ever

A travel blog entry by davelynch


... argument with the hostel owner. It got quite heated and both parties were furious. It was at this point when we realised that we didn't like Mexicans that much - generalisation, everyone is doing it.

- We visited the most remote and beautiful estuary I have ever seen. It was a major trek to get there and the ride home wasn't what most would call 'safe' but our time spent there was superb. It was so remote that we were forced to become incredibly ...


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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding