Om Tulum Hotel Cabanas and Beach Club
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Travel Blogs from Tulum
... the buildings it was much more alive than just doing a self tour I think. Definitely worth it. The site itself contains many temples and they are all oriented to astronomy - Venus, the moon, sunrise and sunset. One temple is built on an angle and that is to capture the light in the winter solstice. We noticed many similarities with Sigiriya in Sri Lanka in terms of the architecture, and astronomy wise there are strong similarities with Stonehenge. ...
... water. Hanging from the ceiling are many stalactites and nestled between them, groups of bats. When we went it was about 75 degrees out and the water was a little chilly but on a warmer day it would have been perfect.
About 20 minutes outside of Tulum is the tourist haven of Akumal. We found the resort town lacking in real Mexican spice but the beach is great for snorkeling. In the reef you can see manta ray, sea turtles, and many types of fish. Rubi ...
... dive of my very short career. The bat cave was only accessible by scuba diving through a weaving route underwater.
I've never actually been to the ancient city of Atlantis, but I imagine the cenote I toured was very similar in its architecture. Especially the thick stalagcolumns (I've just made that word up) where the stalagmites and stalactites have conjoined.
Out of the water and back at the van, Jal took the role of photographer and obliged ...
... a path a machete would be absolutely necessary. I don't know what I had pictured for a jungle but Mexico's jungle is not what I thought it looked like. Anyhow, back to our next adventure. We came to our first cenote. A cenote is a sink hole filled with fresh water. They are usually very clear and can be very deep. At the cenote we cliff jumped. The cliff was about 18ft above the water and it was a rush. Plus the ...
... food and cocktails as you enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Guess which one the girls chose? When I say going down the coast it really is only about 2km away. As we were arrived we were greeted by a friendly man who told us that the beachside lounge and dining table would cost us 150 pesos. That sound OK to us so we pick out a location we liked. Uh uh. That one is 200 pesos. It was maybe 5 metres closer to the water's edge so it cost ...
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