Om Tulum Hotel Cabanas and Beach Club
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Early in the morning we grabbed our stuff and headed to Tulum. Our plan for the next few days was to travel around Yucatan before we start our diving adventure on Cozumel. But we didn't wan to take all our stuff with us, so we had the chance to leave our bags in the Hotel LunaSol and only take our backpacks with us. That was really wonderful and …
... but they only had two nights available. These two nights happened to be smack bang in the middle of the 6 that we had planned to spend in Tulum. So the first two and the last two nights we checked into Hotel el Punto. One thing that we have learned is that when breakfasts are included with the accommodation, is that not all breakfasts are created equally! Hotel el Punto (jam on toast brekkie) was our first stop. It is a simple hotel that also has a hostel dorm section and communal ...
... Up there is where we stayed the first time. Here's the place where we did the Sweatlodge and had that freezing double massage on the beach. Oh, and this is where we had New Year's dinner back in ...2006? 2007? When Denis had the weird pork and got extremely sick." "Oh, here's where we stayed the last two years - Villa Shanti. Didn't we get sick there as well?" "Well, you got sick because you ...
... point on the horizon when the sun sets at the equinoxes. These guys must have known the axis of the earth around the sun and that it turned 365 and 1/4 times a year. At the time of visiting I was reading Gavin Menzies Who Discovered the Americas and his claim is that the Chinese during the Shang dynasty sailed to the Americas and in fact "discovered" before any European travelers proclaimed to. The whole book looks to various research on DNA, diseases, plants, even the ...
... seats, in the bushes, and all over the ruins themselves - what a life! They are just so great to look at and 100% look like they’re straight out of Jurassic Park.
After all this relaxing, lounging and taking it easy, it was time to complete the one hardcore adventure activity that truly drew us to Tulum - the Cenote diving. For those that don’t know what Cenotes are, well they are natural pits, sinkholes that are formed as a result ...