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Travel Blogs from Puerto Aventuras
... I couldn't eat I still have breakfast in my stomach) we find the beach and have our first look at the sea. The wind is REALLY strong, to the point that Sabrina is cold (in 35C temperature??) so we go back "inland" and are caught by rain so we take refuge in our hotel room.
The rain stops within 5 minutes, allowing Sabrina to take a nice picture of me (you have all seen on Facebook) and we head to the other complex (Colonial side - we're staying on the ...
... only my Toronto friends will understand), and the crowd is a little too young ("and douchy", as Sabrina says) so we switch to a bar with a live band and 4 male staff members dancing while a group of 12 horny girls try to catch up with the moves behind the boys, hoping to score of of them in their bed before the end of the night. Here I am judging again, but I admit Sabrina and I are equally drooling - the guys' bodies are moving in ways I wouldn't think possible, and it's HOT! ...
... get as much practice in as we can now, right?
Lazy days aren't even really that lazy here; you just don't realise it. Jumping around in the waves, swimming, walking around for drinks and water... This all becomes hard and tiring work. And our room is on the 4th floor, so there are four flights of stairs to consider every time we want to cool off in our room. Whew! My tired legs and feet. ...
... built a small shade shelter out of driftwood, I built a bi-plane out of sticks that we used to fly home and we found fresh water at a secret hideout. Sonny also found a warm section of river water that was warmed by sulphur bubbling up from who knows where and I caught one tiny fish. The smell of sulphur will not be missed.
That's basically it. Without giving too much away, I personally can say that Tulum is my favourite place in Mexico. If I had any form ...
... and electricity. John from our hotel had recommended somewhere called Ana y Jose Beach Club and we decided this time to follow his advice. It was a virtually deserted, expensive looking establishment. They wanted to charge us £6 each for a sun bed on the beach. As it was already 1.00pm we felt this was a bit steep and so left and went in search of somewhere else. Just 50 yards away we found a small restaurant / bar the proprietors of which were quite happy for us ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility