Grand Oasis Viva
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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I woke up this morning around 6am and I could see sunlight gleaming though the curtains. Excited, I jumped out of bed to find it still cloudy, however, it wasn't raining and it was brighter outside. I went back to bed thinking I might as well sleep in if the weather wasn't great and 15 minutes later Billy hopped out of bed and did the same thing as me before going back to sleep, deflated from the boring weather. After a bit more of a lie in, we were adamant to ...
... for check out. We check out and hang around chatting to the lads before making s decision to hit the beach again despite the average looking weather. Karman makes an on the spot decision from minimal peer pressure from Curtis to stay and skip his flight home to Canada. He didn't even flinch and started looking for later flights in the week and agreed to kick on. Love it. We head to Surfin Burrito for another awesome ...
Not long regarded a tourist haven, mainland Central America is still developing into a focal backpacker destination. Prices and safety are steadily on the rise, and indigenous culture and nods to their Mayan ancestry are prevalent in most areas. In only a month I whizzed through every country on the mainland, though only really stopping in about half of them. And so begins the final chapter of my Latin American adventure.
Loaded up with sea sickness meds, snacks ...
... be reborn.
Tulum contains several important and well preserved structures including the 7.5 metre tall Castillo which was built directly in front of a break in the coral reef that runs between the beach and the open sea. It’s position suggests it likely served as the city’s major lighthouse, guiding merchant canoes through the treacherous shoals to shore.
Tulum was also an important cult centre for the worship of Venus, known to the Mayans as the ...
... as I passed the doors of the hotel the carpark was for, heading to the grassy knoll that was hiding the beach, I was headed off by the door man. 'Is that beach access?' I asked. Nope. Not for me. He said public beach access was back the way I'd come, not far. But I didn't want to go back again. I later found out that that access point was ages away. So, I kept heading in the direction of the outback bar. My feet were starting to get sore. Much more walking in ...