Travel Blogs from Tulum
... from Biggie, it was short but sweet seeing them, they still had a few more days in Tulum whilst we had to move on. We also checked out the Ruins along the beach which were pretty cool, more archeological sites and pyramids. It was a really pretty setting where the white sand met the blue sea. There were big iguanas everywhere through the ruins not to mention plenty of tourists. And I can't forget the time in Tulum when Matt was sitting, about to eat his ...
... Senor Queer Idol". The guy googled me. ROFL.
There are a lot of people all around, and unfortunately there isn't any explication about what is what (not without a guide anyway) so we walk aimelessly while taking pictures of all the ruins. I wish I knew what they were about. Sabrina finds a shadowy spot and stays there, refusing to climb a staircase leading to the main ruins (and a FANTASTIC view - her loss). Coming back from "upstairs", Sabrina ...
... then she would end up staying somewhere manky). Not sure what faith they have in my travelling methods as what Rose booked was definitely the worst place I’d stayed in on the entire trip :P
In its defence, Hostal Kankun never pretended to be anything fancy… The reviews were quite poor, but people did say it was cheap and basic and we just presumed the people that were moaning would just be the pampered resort types… but yehhhhh, it was pretty grim! The ...
... we got a few weird looks but the guys insisted if we are with them everything is cool, neither of us ever felt threatened, we have been in Mexico long enough now to know as long as you don't do anything stupid the locals don't mind tourists being there. Some of the places we went were pretty dead, not many people were out tonight. We ended up going to 5 different bars with these two guys, one of which was a really bad ...
... narrow steps while people climb past him decides it's easier to crawl up the remaining distance and get a proper breather on the summit than try a descent in his current state. So we finally ascend to the very top and can enjoy the magnificent views. There's plenty of other intrepid souls up there with us, all jostling for the best position to take photos, and once Coman's fear subsides we manage to get some snaps of our own. Getting down the pyramid proves a little less ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed