Uolis Nah

Crtra. Tulum-Coba km.0,200, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77740, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tulum

Day one

A travel blog entry by blowstein


3/1/09 Woke up feeling great and headed down for our "continental" breakfast, coffee and toast. Packed up and headed to the beach. We had our taxi pick our spot since we had no idea where to go. Ended up at EL Paraiso, a chill resort on the beach. The water is absolutely amazing! Clear as can be and bright blue. We rented a bed for the day. Yes a …

Tulum or bust

A travel blog entry by blowstein

2/28/09 Late nite departure party to kick off our trip. Erics mom picked us up and took us to the airport. We both were feeling a bit rough but all went well. Arrived in Cancun at 3pm. Managed to make our way through the drama of getting a taxi to Tulum. The regulated fee was 155 us. Once we had two drivers fighting over us we finally got a ride …

Caves and Sand

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... written of the hotel, it really is a beautiful place; of Tulum you cannot say the same, being it a conglomerate of hotels, restaurants and tourist shops along the highway, but within short distance there are wonderful places to visit.
After recovering energy thanks to a colossal sleep in a bed so big that you could land a helicopter in it, the next morning we went to one of the many Yucatan’s cenotes: these are limestone formations and caves filled with fresh ...

Days 6 - 14

A travel blog entry by jhpyatt


... br> A fisherman’s cooperative in Tulum town, we ended up eating here twice as it was a perfect mixture of great food, cheap drinks and bustling atmosphere. We were in the minority being tourists both times – which we always take to be a good sign.

The coconut shrimp, garlic grilled calamari, fish stew (delicious broth) and Veracruz white fish (local dish) were all excellent.


Big Day Out

A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... another continental breakfast of coffee, fruit salad, banana loaf & bread we were picked up nice and early by Nikki & Tyler. Our first stop was the Sac Atum Cenote. Our timing was impeccable, we had our own personal guide who navigated us through this incredible cave that was filled with fresh water and stalactites/stalagmites, to top it off we were the only ones there. The water was cooler than the sea but warm enough for us to spend ...

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