Av. Tulum entre Beta y Orion, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tulum

Tulum - the land of cenotes and ruins

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... and it is hot hot hot. We try and find shade where we can but we are already dripping in sweat after 5 mins. We were offered to ride the "train" to the entrance for 20 pesos each. On our way in we see what the "train" looks like - it is a tractor pulling some brightly coloured carriages. We had a laugh as the "train" passed us by.

The Tulum ruins doesn't boast to be the best ruins you will see. And to be fair, Tikal beats it any day. But that didn't stop me ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... expected. It was dark and our taxi dropped us at our beach bungalow accommodation down a quiet secluded road only to find a sandy entrance with a large wooden door and no one really in site. We pushed back the door and other than a few mellow lite garden lights there was only bush land, sand and a couple of little paths into the darkness. We all giggled with a nervous anticipation and followed the path dragging Jess & Stephies suitcases through the mounds of ...

New Year, New Beginnings... Same Plonker.

A travel blog entry by doove


... being locked in a bathroom), stayed with the biggest douchebags of all time after hitching 1000 miles to reach that town and countless more situations I’ve ranted about over the last few months but I’ve also had chance to meet and stay with some amazing people and these are adventures that I will certainly remember fondly and (mostly) with amusement in years to come!

Thanks to everyone that has put me up, helped me out and is still reading this :P

Next up – ...


A travel blog entry by deckno


... a party on Independence Day, I would have called that celebrating!!! Drinking mezcal and michiladas is definitely celebrating Mexican style, even if they are both horrific drinks! Note to self, if it hasn't taken off worldwide then it's probably not that good, I'll stick with the tequila and corona!!!! Paleneque was a very different place than we had experienced to that point, hot, sticky and very tourist driven. After waking up with 15 mosquito bites on my back and probably the ...

To Tulum and beyond

A travel blog entry by dwet10


Great brekkie in the hotel courtyard set us up for travel day. 2 block walk, back packed up and we're back at the ADO station for a 9.45 to Tulum on the coast. 10.15 we're on the road. Quite proud of my orienteering at the Tulum station. Found Hotel Latino without a problem. Its a boutique hotel on a side street. The important thing is the aircon is working a treat. A quick wander round town for an Italian coffee (apparently a lot ...

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This hotel, located on Av. Tulum entre Beta y Orion, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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