Hotel Residencia La Mariposa

Address: Calle Mercurio Poniente, 21, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Calle Mercurio Poniente, 21, Tulum, is near Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, Cenote Crystal, and Avenida Tulum.
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    Travel Blogs from Tulum

    Tulum Nov 15, 2014

    A travel blog entry by trivia on Nov 15, 2014

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    Trivia stayed here on Nov 15, 2014 during their trip titled: Two Months in Central America.


    A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... cliff-top Mayan ruins, and though resorts line the rocky coast, it somehow has not yet been completely ruined by tourism. We lucked out with a rustic cabana at an eco-resort right on the beach with a perfect little sandy cove and a beautiful ocean view. We did little here except explore the ruins, eat amazing veggie food, and lay on the beach - and it was ...

    The Ancient Maya Ruins of Tulum

    A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 19, 2014

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    ... surrounds the ruins.

    I even dared to ask a questions to one of the guides, acting all gringo and so on :P That way I found out that the hand print on the temple did not actually have seven fingers, but consisted of two hands placed on top of each other. The Mayas also had different temples in Tulum and in other cities for all kinds of stuff, and they always prayed to the temple that was dedicated to a deity that was associated to a special occasion or ...

    My First Pyramids – Cóba and Tulum Beach

    A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 14, 2014

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    ... is a reason for that. On top of every major pyramid in Mayan culture there a temples placed, dedicated to a certain deity. By building the pyramids this way, everyone automatically showed respect by climbing up with hands and feet and a bowed head. Pretty smart guys, these Mayans. Definitely knew how to achieve things in a rather subtle way. Up on top of the pyramid, the view was pretty amazing. Well, far reaching is maybe a better word. ...

    Guacamole moley moleeeey!

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 30, 2014

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    ... Laguna Bacalar in South East Mexico. David, cautious as ever, informed me he'd been picking off disfigured moles since roughing it in an overgrown farm in Sarteneja, Belize.

    "I've just seen another on my leg Tash",
    "let's have a look".

    After a quick inspection, I soon realised this was no birth mark. The culprit was instead a dirty, festering, parasitic tick! This scavenger was having a free ride and while David was ...