Cabanas Paraiso

Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael


NEW: word/ term of the day - sandwich listo preparado (ready-made sandwich)

Today was to be the day when I would get my first taste of Mayan culture. First, I went to the superb Comercial Mexicano supermarket across from my hotel. I should point out that Kin Mayab hotel is a 3 minute walk from the main bus station and it is perfect; I am in a quiet area near a swimming pool. So, I went in search of a nice cheap breakfast (after my ...


A travel blog entry by janicksbrown


... we love the stuff here it is so hard to walk away empty handed. Bed as now midnight, so mild now. Up at 6 so we can enjoy the early morning nudist swims, tai chi, walking in circle group, bikini boot camp, yoga sessions and then also the guys raking the beach of seaweed. Tulum does remind us of Byron bay but all resorts and less shops, narrow road and only one way in and out. Power drops out constantly so generators ...


A travel blog entry by wheresindi


... into the dark caves. These caverns have huge stalactites and stalacmites and eerily crystal clear water. The route for the dive is mapped out by a line bolted into the cavern floor, it leads to a cavern where divers surface to look and see bats clinging to the walls. Divers then descend and go back through the cavers, following the line, to the sinkhole.

Mark played Indi sitter two days in a row as Kat went off to see the Sian Ka'an Biosphere reserve. This is ...


A travel blog entry by mcdermk7

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... the bar that extracted the sugar syrup from sugar cane. None of us had seen anything like it before. We got talking to the owner, an Italian dude. As soon as he heard Michele and Jenny's Dublin accents he was calling them Jackeens. Turns out he had worked in London for a few years and his best friend was Irish. He'd even been to an All Ireland Final courtesy of the Ó hAilpíns.....small world or what! We had a couple drinks but hit the hay early enough in the hope ...

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A travel blog entry by waynenwendy


... fruit, vegetables, spices and other produce and wait for customers. There are also many permanent stalls selling pottery, textiles, masks and handcrafts. The Mayan villagers looked so beautiful in their brightly coloured clothes. I could have easily spent a full day here soaking up all the vivid colours and buzzing atmosphere.

Onto Lago De Atitlan (Lake Atitlan), which is surrounded by more volcanoes, steep hillsides ...

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This hotel, located in Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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