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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sliced and served as tacos (wrapped in homemade tortillas). It was a revelation and from that point on we were determined to find the best pastor in Mexico. Although we were essentially sleeping in a giant studio, it was quiet and we managed to stay relatively cool which was surprising given the oppressive heat of Tulum. The next morning we were relieved to find the hostel owner doing some yoga so we joined him in an impromptu ad hoc class. Over coffee we explained to ...
... of sea weed and it is piled up right along the shore and can be seen floating in the water making it less appealing as a post card but also as a swimming spot. Add to that the 100 people trying to cram onto the tiny beach during the middle of the day.
Nonetheless we venture down, got a nice spot next to the cliff in the shade and read for about 1 and half hours, waiting for the tour people up the top in the ruins to leave (tour groups bus in from ...
... animals is a nightmare. We managed to get through without buying or breaking anything and then we had to face the dizzying and confusing signposts. Should we follow the red path, the blue path, the green path, the black path? Should we go to the Xcaret Plus locker area first and stash our stuff and get our lifevests? We decided to dump our stuff in our lockers and so set out following the signs to our special zone. Along with thousands of other people. Declan insisted on walking ...
... could see until the horizon was rainforest. Not even the road that we came on was visible, because the jungle was that dense. Still pretty impressive though. After enjoying the views and taking photos for a while, we decided it was time to head off. The archeologic site would be closed off in a few minutes anyways.
When we left we passed the village of Tulum, famous for its pyramids and definitely a site that I was going to ...
In our last full day in Tulum, we moved to a hostel in town which was a bit of a dive. The bathroom in our dorm had no running water and the toilet was clogged.
After checking in, we hired a scooter and rode to the Coba ruins. It was a bit sketchy at first as it was a good 45 minute drive on the highway. With both of us on it and flat out, it would max out at 95km/hr and I had to keep my eyes peeled for pot holes. The ride was fun and the ruins were rad. I climbed to the ...