Luna Azul Condominiums
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... so trendy with the backpacker set!
Yesterday we drove across the highway into Akumal Pueblo, which is the little town where the workers for the condos/hotels live. I had read in Trip Advisor that the #2 restaurant was El Ultimo Maya and that it is located in Akumal Pueblo. We had an absolutely delicious lunch there. It is some of the best food we have had during our entire trip. The ...
... an hour's time. The ride was a high speed ride over choppy waves and some of its passengers were feeling the effects of the bumpy ride by the time that we arrived at Playa del Carmen. Playa del Carmen is a small town that would be a staging point for our adventure in Tulum. Another hours journey by bus would see us arrive in a large parking lot surrounded by tourist shops, that hosted the entrance to the National Park that was the ancient Mayan City of Tulum. The entrance and ...
Freshly made guacamole & tortillas (excellent)
Coconut shrimp & tangy orange dip (coating too thick, dip not great, but shrimp were big & tender)
Yucatan Chicken (great – tender, lovely grilled flavour & coating)
Travel weary and satiated we retired to bed.
... road to the beach, and Tulum Mayan ruins which were set on the beach with the the sky blue Caribbean water as the setting! They were different from the other ruins we had visited - more like a village instead of the large temples. Back on the beach we drank, read, swam and Emily burned despite applying sunscreen 3 times (not badly though)! We took a tour of Chitchenitza on our third day in Tulum. It was a scorching hot day so our guide let us stand under trees as much ...
... they were really good so we bought a cd with all the pictures on so we can show everyone at home. After we had a little break, we went to the cenotes for a swim. It was chilly so we had to wear a wetsuit. We snorkelled around looking at all the stalactites and stalagmites above and below us in the water and the caverns went down really far. Some weird people dive down them. We ...