Hotel Marina El Cid Spa & Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... stoop in order to provide head clearance to the passage. The inverted V-like top of the tunnel was characteristic of Mayan Passages. As we exited the tunnel the wide open city scape was in full view. Unlike Lamanai, Tulum's cityscape was well maintained: clean and well trimmed. We stopped first at a individual dwelling of a Mayan family of the ancient city of Tulum. All that was now left of the dwelling was the foundation stones. Several bodies had been excavated from the floor ...
... the time, and in the morning there are kitesurfers sweeping backwards and forwards along the water, sometimes doing somersaults on the turns. We continued along the beach to town, passing boats offering snorkelling trips and the old lighthouse which still stands, despite being tilted by Hurricane Beulah in 1967.
We watched pelicans grooming ...
... several trips, finding a bank/ATM that would
work, and getting the lay of the land.). We found a local market and
ate at a “stand”. I ordered the Birria and Andre the Caldo de
Pescado (fish soup). Because it was Sunday, soup is the main dish.
When it arrived, my birria was tasty but Andre took one look at his
soup with a head floating in it and said he couldn't eat it. So, I
said I'd switch with ...
... along with pork, chicken or beef. It was classic culinary perfection that only those fortunate souls who enjoy grandmas cookin' combined with a Mexican street food vibe will ever be able to truly understand. This was the reason we had traveled all this way, to try this little old lady's empanadas at 8 am with local dock workers and no tourists in sight. The kind Mexican dive guides gladly showed us their preferred sauces to accompany the culinary magic that was ...
... over us as the two brothers embraced in their accomplishment. We typically celebrated with a swig of rum and spark of the Cuban. We sat there gazing out onto the moonlit night with flashes of lightning off in the distance, frozen in absolute humility and absorbing all that this blissful moment had to offer.
We could have spent all night at that top without ever getting tired - The energy up there was supercharged beyond description. After half an hour or so we made our ...