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 …
21st - 25th October: Tulum (also visited Akumal & Playa del Carmen)
After an eventful first night with weather (the worst thunder and lightening ever heard/seen and continuos torrential rain) we suprisingly woke to a still calm with no rain. We seized the opportunity and headed straight out for breakfast and our first glimpse of the caribbean sea!! The beaches with white sand and palm trees are truly beautiful!! Every photo seemed like it could have been a post ...
... from Biggie, it was short but sweet seeing them, they still had a few more days in Tulum whilst we had to move on. We also checked out the Ruins along the beach which were pretty cool, more archeological sites and pyramids. It was a really pretty setting where the white sand met the blue sea. There were big iguanas everywhere through the ruins not to mention plenty of tourists. And I can't forget the time in Tulum when Matt was sitting, about to eat his ...
... but it was great fun! On the way out, there was a large grey and black iguana hanging out in the car park! I later found out these are actually totally common here (probably why I was the only person excited by it!!). After a quick lunch, off to explore my first Mayan ruins - at Tulum. The ruins are 2km away from where I am staying and there is a specially built bicycle lane running parallel to the huge dual carriageway! Perfect! So ...
... the places we thought about staying in either fully booked or with no one around so was told to stay in Hotel Inglaterra.
Not sure what impression they have of the English, but it must be pretty dire if they want to associate our country with that dive. At least with Kankun it wasn’t pretending to be nice – not only was this place pricey, but stunk of damp and the closest thing I could compare it to is a soggy rat.
Moving quickly on… it ...