Maya Tankah by Freedom Paradise
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- Swimming pool
- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from Tankah
... a swim and a few beers beach side. We bought some dos Equis from oxxo and headed for the beach. Pretty cool place, they have a dj spinning deep housy beats all day everyday apparently so we set up shop in front of him and listened to music and drank beers all afternoon. Very relaxing and exactly what living the dream is. Life's about learning and based on the previous nights events of getting retardedly drunk we paced ourselves ensuring to stay happy drunk not ...
... apparently this might be the last year people will be able to climb it). After our slow decent from the pyramid we boarded a 2 person tricycle type taxi with our Myan peddler on the back.. we almost killed the poor man as it was up hill most of the way and by the end of the 2 km ride we probably could have crawled faster than we were moving. After leaving the ruins we had an authentic myan lunch complete with Fanta Orange pop (my new favorite)!!! We then ...
... our way with no problem. It was hard to see the sites on the drive. I was trying hard to pay close attention to the ever changing speed limit signs, & Jean Paul was busy figuring out that "Returno" was a u-turn not our destination. Before long John meet us at Oscar and Lola restaurant to lead us the rest of the way down a long and pot hole invested road along side the ocean. Once we arrived we were met by John and Alyssa ...
... left. I waddled away the time being entertained by a little girl and her mother as they interacted over breakfast while sitting across from me, she was so very cute. Then with about 5 minutes until the bus left Stuart & Matt the Brits from my hostel showed up and were heading my way. So it was nice to have some company. I hopped on the bus and am obnoxious American women was in my seat. I said oh I think your in my seat, to which she laughed and ...
... bumpy kilometers later, we arrived at the accessible sandy beach. Except for a few dogs and people passing by, we had the beach to ourselves. It was a lot of work to get there, but worth it for the peace and quiet.
The final item on our Tulum to-do list was visit Akumal, a town just north of us, where they have beaches loaded with tropical fish. Snorkel gear in hand, we arrived at the beach that was crawling with other snorkelers. The calm water inside the ...