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Travel Blogs from Tulum
... we were early, it was quite quiet and not too hot. We wandered around and took loads of photos. The ruins are very ruined. Someone didn't look after them very well in the old days so you can't really see a lot of the detail the Mayans would have put into their building. The ruins do look quite spectacular from the top of the cliff and there is a beach below. The sea gives you a nice breeze. Which is good as it's always super hot there. Just as ...
... meals and recipes were incredible including ceviches, mexican sauces and salsas, empanadas and tacos. We even made our own tortillas! Lots of inside information on chillies and food prep. for Mexico's heat. We enjoyed all the food at the end of the class.
Following gobbling all the food we tasted tequilas and learnt about their ...
The next four days were spent in much the same way as the first two but on a much tighter budget. Gone were the endless cocktails (Ben rationed me to one per day) and the luxury of a meal to oneself (I needed to go on a diet anyway) however we gladly did so to to be able to extend our stay for a few more days! After a week of sea, sun and relaxation we felt sufficiently refreshed to tackle the next part of our journey...South America!
... castle and thought, that not a sand castle, we'll show him. So we set up shop 10m down the beach from him and created a masterpiece.
After raining on that guys party and drawing a crowd, we went walking to find a nice little beach stall to get some fresh civiche and some coco loco's (coconuts with rum). Wining
Got te bus home and the deal of the centurary, 90 pesos for a big fat steak, all the sides and 2 beers. Loving life.
Next day we were on the road to Belize
... itself is rather grim and has a huge motorway running through it.
I now have one night in the Weary Traveller, which feels very gap yeary but fun. Tonight there is body art show and a BBQ. However I have a really early bus to Cancun in the morning. I am not particularly looking forward to my one night there, but having seen the town of Tulum feel I am not missing all that much, especially as the rain is apparently here to stay.