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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We had heard that tulum is the Brooklyn of Mexico and it didnt disappoint with its cool mojitos bars, excellent street food and salsa dancing nightlife. One of the days we rented bikes and cycled along the beach which was once votes one of the top 5 beaches in the world! However there is a seaweed epidemic at the moment so the beach was literally covered in seaweed and there was a smell :( We indulged in a few happy hour margaritas along the cycle and a healthy lunch in ...
... the lady we had contacted by email about renting the condo, so we nodded in agreement with her and simply said "si". This was sufficient for the lady to take us up to the condo, give us the keys and a very brief tour in Spanish. Some things were obvious, such as 'this is the bedroom' and 'this is the kitchen'. Everything else she said washed over us. She seemed to realise that we didn't understand Spanish, and she didn't speak English. So left us with the keys ...
... amp; 10m. We both did jumped from 5m. The water is so clear, I thought that the rocks below even seemed nearer the surface and was afraid to spring off the platform.
We had a leisurely cycle back to the hotel where we decided an early dinner was in order. I was very hungry from the cycle and swim and also a ...
... being the 3 of us. I always have this little panic. What will we do??? But then, as we settle in, it is so lovely that I think, "Why do we ever have guests????". To be absolutely truthful, we are never really alone. Hugo is a walking social whirlygig. He just can't help it. I'm always amazed to watch him in action as he makes yet another friend and smiles and laughs. And, Edmonda, our Dutch friend who works at Canabas La Luna has a son, Zenio, who is 6 and who is an ...
... and decided to move down the beach to Parayso. Probably the cheapest rooms on the beach side but they we clean, simple and did the job. There was no bar or restaurant, but it’s easy to slip into a nearby alternative to grab some lunch or a cold beer.
The rest of our time in Tulum continued to be very relaxing. We ate well at the great variety of restaurants along the beach and in town. ...