Hotel Kin Ha Pueblo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Day 1: October 17, 2014
In order to get from Valladolid to Tulum we just had to take a direct bus departing hourly starting from 9.00 in the morning. Since the bus station wasnīt located more than two blocks from our hotel we didnīt even need to get up very early. We also managed to buy our breakfast on the way to the terminal (two tortas …
... estate - the main building being perched right on the edge of a cliff overlooking the postcard perfect Caribbean. This was literally the world's first beachside resort.
The awesome adventure filled three days we spent in Tulum were a good indication of the awesomeness that Mexico had in store for us. And seeing Scott was an added bonus. But after such a short time we had to move on, since there was so much of Mexico to see in so little time. Thus began our final ...
... day as we lay in bed all day. Eamon went down back to playa del carmen to met a girl while we attempted to go have couple beers but that failed after Kerry and I fell into a deep food coma after eating a pizza and lasagna to ourselves. We watched a TV show called justified, actually pretty good. The next day however, Sunday, was a big day of activity. We woke earlish and set off to visit Isla de muejeres, translation the island of women. Needless to say I ...
... with some margaritas and very nice wine. It'll be the only free stay we get all trip, and my what a freebie the beach house was!
The next day, we headed up to Playa del Carmen for a last lunch on the beach, then we said our goodbyes to Dad and Michelle to catch their flight from Cancun whilst we headed to Cozumel island for more diving, this time on some fantastic reefs spotting rays, stunning splendid toadfish, drummer fish and ...
... 4:30pm ADO bus for 174 pesos. Catch it in the carpark. Takes 2.5 hours.
Hostal ulum-Naa – Top end of town, close to the beaches and within blocks to the centre. Highly recommended. Private rooms means you get a dorm to yourself with bathroom included for 400 pesos. Best service of any hostel in Central America thus far. Clean and has hammocks you can use even after you have checked out! Ave. Satelite No. 2.
Bike hire – Center Bikes Tulum – Top end of ...