Shambala Petit Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a lengthy, uneventful flight we finally touched down in Cancun, where a bar handily placed right by the airport exit door was only too happy to exchange our remaining British pounds for ice-cold bottles of cerveza and agua. We jumped into a shuttle and headed straight for the city of Tulum, about 120km south of Cancun along the Riviera Maya coastline. On arrival we checked into our 'tube' hotel - each room is made from a concrete tube with just enough space for ...
... for its white sandy beaches, clear water and palm trees giving to the whole place that typical Caribbean relaxing atmosphere.
- Tulum Ruins is the archaeological zone where the Maya Ruins of Tulum stand. In comparison to the other Maya ancient cities, Tulum is significantly smaller, but itīs probably the sea-side setting what makes out of the site such a lovely and charming place to visit.
... Bella Artes theatre modeled on the Parisian theatre, though the inside doesn't match the greatness of the post office, the view from a cafe opposite the building is spectacular. I loved the art scene of the city and dragged Tom around all the top spots where he patiently waited while I perused the halls. I think I may have finally ground Tom down on the whole art thing. At the start of this trip he would enter into a gallery kicking and screaming, and where possible escape to a cafe ...
... carpark as we decided we didnt want to pay the extortionate 2 euro parking ticket. If it wasnt for this piece of pure cheapness, we maybe never would of spoken to this beautiful mayan angel. He was actually quite a dick and only offered to drive us a couple of 100 km to the rental place where the spare keys were but his taxi driver friend that pulled up a couple of minutes later seemed to be a bit more helpful. The car had manual windows and with a bit ...
... Cenote pretty early to beat the crowds and were glad to have built up a sweat on the 4km bike ride because the water was a bit colder than the sea. It was really cool snorkeling the cenotes which are natural pits or sink-holes resulting from the collapse of limestone that exposes bedrock underneath. We were glad we beat the rush because it felt like we were the only ones in the water. When we left it was quite crowded, so we felt we got the best view earlier in the day. ...