Travel Blogs from Tulum
... chips and salsa and just having a fabulous time with the biggest smiles all round. A couple of banana boats bumbled past in the distance and fisherman pattered out in their brightly coloured boats, but all in all, it was laid back and the strenuous border crossing a few days before just melted away.
The other draw card to visiting Tulum other then the natural wonder of the coast line was to see the Tulum Mayan Ruins. We were late to rise that morning and by the time we ...
... eat in restaurants, so much so, that I have no shame in sometimes asking for a table for one... so I embraced this opportunity to do what I do best, and I may have just found my replacement for Nando's in the form of Chili's. I ordered the Fajita Pita and it was SO tasty.
Talking about restaurants, during my last few months in England I was sent to a Fat Farm/Chubster's Camp, whichever you prefer, ...
... of the God of the Winds. Steps lead down from the site to a picture postcard perfect white beach.
We opted to leave that beach to the crowds and, after visiting the ruins, headed instead for Tulum’s main beach - 6 miles of sand and another taxi ride away. The beach area was first made popular by hippies who lodged in simple cabanas on the sand. Nowadays there are some more upmarket cabins there too but it is still fairly isolated and without ...
... until 1pm, so we dumped our bags, and headed to a nearby restaurant for some breakfast. Sarah, who was feeling absolutely terrible, didn’t eat a thing, and as soon as Andy had gobbled down his omelette we went back to Mama’s House to see if they had any rooms available that we could check into straight away. Thankfully they did; they had a private double room that worked out only $50 more a night than two dorm beds, so we snapped it up immediately. ...
... bright blue colour. At some points while we were deep in the cave we saw snorkeler's legs moving through the columns which looked impressive through the clear water.
The Calavera Cenote better known as the Temple of Doom (due to the Indiana Jones movie) required a 100m walk through a jungle all equipped with dive gear on then a 3 metre jump into the sinkhole. This cenote was much darker than the ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking