Travel Blogs from Tulum
... we'd check out what was the number 1 spot in Tulum - turns out it was 200m from where we were. Belinda slowly dragged Ben away from the internet and we stepped outside to find our dinner spot, we walked to the road, trying to decide if it was left or right we needed to turn, turns out it was right next door. We took a seat and ordered. We often try to get local dishes/drinks to try get a local feel for the place so we ordered 2 Micheladas. To be fair ...
... the cops let things go a lot more, this must be one of the things they ease up on. The more we looked the worse it got, I even had a young guy who looked 15, dressed like a gangsta, come up and ask if I wanted any weed, it was almost unbelievable, a group of young guys even poured tequila in Bobbies mouth as she walked past. We waited at this place for about 15 minutes for the rain to stop then we walked back to the bar we started at. Bobbie was looking after ...
... it up!) Once back, I had a swim with the boys and then found myself one of those incredibly comfortable round beds and spent the rest of the afternoon sleeping/ reading in the sun...
Whilst walking along the beach it hit me just how nice it was to have a bit of alone time after the reserve. As amazing as the house was, it did mean that I was with the family 24/7 and you couldn't really just take off on a long walk ...
... through the Paradise Resort gates to one of the most spectacular stretches of white powdery sand and turquoise blue water. It was literally glowing, lighting up the beautiful people that lay on the white beach pads listening to chill-out music, sipping their cocktails and oiling up their g-strings.
Although the scene of Europeans in their florescent green man-kinis, sparkling white diamanty swimsuits or those that just preferred tassels was grotesquely over the top, it ...
... the clearest most turquoise water Iīve seen yet. It was a sizzling day so we spent more time bobbing in the sea than looking at the ruins.
After the ruins we went to a cenote in Tulumīs hippie hood.
Also the water was crystal clear, not turquoise but so fresh. Apparently it is home to a couple of small alligators - I didnīt see any, fingers crossed!
We did however ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed