Travel Blogs from Tulum
The bustling town of Tulum is a great place to go to the beach as well as enjoy regular city life. The city is filled with foreigners, many are Italians like the owners of our hotel. However, we found it less touristy then Puerto Morelos. The city is located about 2 miles from the beach and there is a well-kept biking/running/walking path that can …
The ruins were great and so was getting to the small beach by them to cold down
Bijna het einde van de reis en we verblijven in Tulum in Mexico
Nog een mayatempeltje meepikken en dan huiswaarts keren
Ondertussen komen de geplette bruine bonen onze oren uit alsook de gebraden kipjes
Hoogtijd terug voor papa dirks diepvrieslasagnekeuken
of de paling in het groen van faans pap
vrijdagavond 11 juni zijn we …
... my left rear side got scoreched somehow.... adam got a photo.
Mom- not sure how the weather be in February, however checking out the ruins is highly advisable around 3 rather then before noon. There is a cheap parking lot and the rest you can SLOWLY walk to. The ruins are not that big, so take it easy while here. The town is about 5 km away from the actual ruins. It sits right on the main highway. ...
... Mexico. Tulum is one of the best-preserved coastal Maya sites in the world today. The combination of the historical ruins, the rock cliffs, and the aqua blue sea was breathtaking.
That night all four us went into Tulum to drop off our bags and then out to the main street to look for some supper. The city of Tulum has a great vibe and feel which I enjoyed. We found an amazing little shop that had great taco's and ...