Posada del Sol
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... jump in a 'collectivo' (a shared bus which is usually very cheap) so after booking tomorrow's bus ticket on the way through town, I decided to try and maintain my fitness levels up and keep the feet in shape by walking out to the site. Probably about three miles. The ruins themselves are quite small, but that doesn't deter bucket loads of tour buses turning up. Most of them appeared to be from the USA and on passing three guys, I caught a snippet of one ...
... day in Tulum and we hadnīt seen most of it we were slowly falling in love with that small town. It had a very laid-back atmosphere which seemed to be attracting many foreigners from all over the world to come and stay. Most of them work in dive shops, hostels, hotels and restaurants in the town or on the beach. In general Mexico with its high prices isnīt backpacker-friendly, and we wouldnīt recommend to anyone travelling on a shoestring visiting this country. ...
... which has all the hotels out the front :) Ventured back to our hostel played heads up and had earlyish night ready to hit the early morning ADO bus to Playa Del Carmen! We booked our hostel "Qunita Playa Hostel" it was average when we arrived nothing special close to the beach though and 5tlh ave which is the Main Street! We headed out to dinner with some friends we made instantly at the hostel and then hit all the nightclubs in playa pretty sure we went to about 5 bars ...
... to go straight to Tulum about 2 hours south down the coast, more exactly to a quiet street lining the beach full of restaurants, bars, campsites all run solely from generators. We chose this location because of a friend, Francesca had recently moved there to open a campsite. Conveniently, she'd picked one of the most paradisiacal places on the Earth! The perfect starting point for our adventure!
We spent 2 and half weeks sleeping in a tent ...
... a cup full of worcester sauce, for those that think we were weak for giving up, we're happy to make you one and watch you try drink it down. After the drinks we had an amazing Mexican meal, the waitress loved giving us grief for not finishing the drink and refused to charge us for the drink because we didn't like it. Such a great place, no wonder it's number 1 in Tulum. The next day we hired bikes to check out the beach and Maya ruins, compared to Cuba these were the ...