Luna Azul Condominiums

Half Moon Bay, Akumal, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Half Moon Bay, Akumal, is near Half Moon Bay and ATV Explorer Jungle Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from Akumal

    Tulum! Ancient Mayan civilisation

    A travel blog entry by westportfrosty on Jul 28, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... The roads around here are mostly cobbled. The main roads are smooth but around town they are really bumpy. The footpaths too are cobbled. What this means is slower moving cars, no skateboards, watch your footing she you walk, a hard time for pushchairs and wheelchairs and some great entertainment watching women in platforms and stilettos wobbling around - I think the medical centre must do a roaring trade in sprained ankles! Public toilets are ...

    Swimming with the turtles,stingray and fish

    A travel blog entry by james-hamid on Jun 21, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... and its has a rough edge all the way round. the way a stingray moves looks really weird the flappy sides of them move like waves it doesn't sound weird but it looks weird.when i swim over a school of fish they just swim away and when i follow them they go the other way but if you just float without swimming they just stay there and they don't go away.well that is all for now


    bye from,
    James and ...

    Mexico - Isla Mujeres and Tulum

    A travel blog entry by seanandalexa on Jan 08, 2013

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... 9am bus from Tulum to chichen itza which took 3 hours. As you entered the site, the first thing you saw was the massive iconic el castillo (castle) building, which was really stunning. We spent the day wandering around the green site, in and out of the jungle taking in all the different ruins, including the plaza of a thousand columns, the ball court (yes, they played a game similar to basketball in a big stadium in Mayan times!) and observatory. We ...

    Mexico at last

    A travel blog entry by jarrettalane on May 31, 2012

    132 photos

    ... colors. It was a great time to recoup energy and much needed sleep. We did one short tour to the Tulum Mayan ruins which were 5 min from the hotel. It was a great time. Enjoy the pictures (the last hotel pictures you will see that there is not one person on any of them - thats because Jarrett had already caught up with his sleep and was up and around at ...

    Tuluminous

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Jan 22, 2012

    12 photos

    ... and sneaky reintroduction of the Pacifico hangover. Between seven hours watching football and drinking beer, the ensuing hangover and a depressingly meek loss at poker it was hard to tell I’d ever left home. Except for the fact I sweated profusely through all of those activities.

    The best part about free communal bikes – they’re free. The worst part – they are free because they suck. Nonetheless, no wobbly crank, squeaky ...