Travel Blogs from Tulum
We're back in Tulum to do a couple of things we still want to do, then on Friday weŽre taking a water taxi (aka ferry) to Belize. WeŽve learned that internet access is very expensive there and we have no idea if weŽll get a signal on our mobiles (none here) so things may go quite quiet for a while...don't know how I'm going to find out how Andy's …
An easy trip from Cancun to Tulum. By now we know exactly what to do. A n R1 bus from Dos Playas to the ADO terminal, then onto Tulum. The bus trip was restful but the taxi tried to charge us 20 pesos and the hotel had told us 15, so on principle we walked the four easy blocks to the hotel. We spent the rest of the first day changing rooms. …
... The secons lagoon then had a natural canal which we passed into. Along this canal was a Mayan Ruin where taxes were paid to pass through the transport system, Bits of meat and other foods were left here which the tax house keeper would then throw to the crocdiles to keep them well fed so they didn't eat anybody passing through. We got out of the boat to have a look at the ruin, The doorways were really small so that people would bend down as they entered as a mark ...
Today has been very restful which is exactly what we all needed after yesterday!
On Thursday night Nikki, Tyler, Chris & I treated ourselves to a gorgeous meal at a restaurant called Hartwood here in Tulum. We had to put the last of our pesos together to pay for the meal. The next day after a failed attempt to get cash out at the machines near our hotel, we set out on hired bikes to Tulum town where there is an HSBC bank & cash machine. Fortunately ...
... and said he had seen dozens if turtles however perhaps they were having a holiday the day we went because there were only a couple around. Justin managed to see one and Matisse captured it on his camera which was very cool! We had dinner and drinks with Sian (from Antigua) on our final night and tried to go to a full moon party but refused to pay the 200 pesos entry. We settled for a couple of drinks in a nearby bar instead. Sad to leave Tulum but next stop Isla ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking