Cabanas Don Armando

Km .470 , Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Tulum

Beach house, whale shark, Cenotes and margaritas!

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour

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... and watch them eat before swimming back into the depths. We were a bit early for peak season where you can see up to 200, but we still managed to get in the water four times with 3 different sharks, and then a giant manta around 4m across came to play too and stuck around for us to swim with. The ceviche for lunch was delicious too!

Tulum was a great base for all of the activities and such a laid back town with a lovely stretch of ...

Ca-lien-te!

A travel blog entry by rkliskey

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... fairly nervous so I asked him to stop and let me out... He made me pay half...
I couldn't have picked a better spot, slap bang in the middle of nowhere, on the highway....

Anyway, long story short, I managed to flag down a taxi who charged M$200 (10) to get me back to the hotel.
I learnt the *********** this occasion, but at least I wont be making it again!

Next stop Vallidolid, Chichen Itza and Ek ...

Tulum

A travel blog entry by wheresindi

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... bottom of the fresh water. When diving to the salt water, the 2 mix together creating a funny blurring effect in front of your eyes. There was a big temperature difference between the 2 and when you are in the salt water underneath looking up, it looks as if the surface is right in front of you, but it's actually the fresh water above you. Here is a google search of some pictures, http://goo.gl/eDE42F

Kat done some diving at Gran Cenote and also at Casa ...

An Excellent Goodbye to Latin America

A travel blog entry by jeffwright

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... a half. We ate quesadillas made with mushrooms, squash, potatoes, and chorizo. We cycled to the beach and went straight into the water. This water was by far the warmest seawater I’ve ever felt in December.

Jason taught me how to body surf, so we had a blast in the water for a couple of hours. After this we went to a restaurant near our hotel, where we ate tortilla soup and guacamole. Before hitting the hay, we went to a mojito bar and ...

Back on the Yucatan Peninsula!

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time

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... full moon rise over the Carribean ocean. This was definitely a spectacular sight, we both agreed.

When we got back to the town we ran into Justin and Emily (a couple from Melbourne who we had met in Lanquin and consequently visited Tikal with). We all went for pastor tacos and decided to visit a cenote together the following morning.

Dos Ojos (two eyes) is a cenote we had been recommended to see and so we caught a collectivo (shared taxi ...

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