Posada Yum Kin
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Yum Kin Tulum
We had a great stay at Posada Yum Kin for 4 nigths. We had a great welcoming and the rooms was as nice as expected.
Nice and clean swimmingpool. Breakfast was good.
Friendly and safe place.
This hotel is a bit outside the city center, in a quiet area. We had a car and got around very well.
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Last long bus trip, 12hrs to Tulum from Palenque. Meant to leave at 8.30 but got delayed for 2 hrs. Bree, Matt and I filled in our time trying to practice and learn Spanish, testing each other, being silly and with plenty of giggles. I slept almost the entire trip, waking up around 8.30am around an hour before arrival. We met 3 nice girls, a pommy, an Italian and Aleisha from Sydney who joined our group for quite a few days. Really lovely girl who travelled ...
... rocks and the iguanas! It was so pretty. And so hot. There was barely any shade and the whole area was very open. I enjoyed wandering around - and it really wasn't too busy! Seems I timed it well as much of the tour groups were leaving when I arrived. Very much a 'package holiday' crowd around and mostly a lot lot older than me. After wandering around for a while, I walked back and luckily found the bike where I had left it! And enjoyed ...
... glad Andre insisted on bringing our own masks and
Monday, we took a collectivo bus 30 km (no more biking) up to Akumal for more snorkeling. We saw big sea turtles and the reef, while not colorful, was loaded with cool fish. Then we headed back to Tulum to see the Mayan Ruins and swim at their beach. Lovely spot and the only example of Mayan architecture ...
Today we went on our first historical excursion: a bus trip to Coba and Tulum. Coba features several traditional Mayan temples in the jungle - like the ones you see in travel photos - including the tallest one in this part of Mexico. Tulum is a seaside area with smaller but equally impressive structures. That area was used as a commercial port. Imagine when the Mayans saw the Spanish ...
... to stay until I leave. We decided to head back to the hotel to exchange cash instead since it's not even a 10 minute drive. I parked on the side of the lobby driveway and we went in to exchange our cash. The lady patrolling the parking came in to ask us how long we were going to stay for because we were “blocking” traffic. How am I blocking traffic when I'm pulled over in the indent of the lobby driveway? I told her we were ...