Twink Lodge & Bistro
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Tulum
... and taking stock of how great my life was (chilling in a cenote on a sunny day in Mexico with my brother and my boyfriend) when a pair of bright pink flamingos flew overhead. I couldn't believe it. I looked around to see if anyone else had seen it, but they all had their heads underwater snorkelling. So I guess that will just remain my own little moment of awesomeness. We spent almost the whole day there, the first of many days to come spent submerged in a cenote.
... and transferred them to the bus. The bus drove us all the way to the border. We had to stop before the border and transfer our luggage from the trailer into a car as the trailer wasn't allowed to cross for some reason. We arrived at the Belize border at 3:50. We got in line then paid the exit fee then got our passport stamped. We swapped our leftover Belize money for Mexican peso. There was a bit of a drive to the Mexican border. When we arrived ...
... everything). So I spent few days in a cheap hostel run by hippies, cycling around visiting some ruins, beaches and more cenotes for few days.Now that my friend wasn't there I didn't feel like staying on the coast. Time was running out and I felt more like inland things, knowing the beach would come back soon enough ;)Let's see some more Mexican ...
The journey kicked off with Fiona and I flying separately to Cancun from Cork and London respectively. I was a bit apprehensive about the transatlantic flight especially given that I had celebrated my departure from Cork by promptly hitting myself in the face when donning my rucksack. Admiring my bloody lip, which later turned a funny shade of purple, I decided to try and spin every blip on this trip as a positive and ...
... starving, with no chance for food for the next few hours, Maccas is there. Whenever you are in New York City busting to go to the toilet and there are no ******* public toilets around (perhaps none in the entire city), Maccas is there. Whenever you are traveling around and all you've eaten for the past week is rice and meat, veggies and rice and rice and beans, Maccas is there. Whenever you rock up to Cancun starving, hot, with no idea where to go because you haven't had ...
Other places to stay in Tulum
Km 4-5 Carr Tulum-Boca Paila, Tulum | 2 star hotelfrom $115
Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila Km. 4,5, Tulum | Hotel
- Perfect place to stay
- Valentine Romance - non better
- LOVED Posada Margherita
Carret Tulum - Boca Paila, Tulum | Hotelfrom $212
Km. 1.5 Carr. Tulum Ruinas, Tulum | Hotelfrom $109
Av. Tulum Entre Beta y Orion Norte, Tulum | Hotelfrom $55
9.5km south from Tulum on the road to Boca Paila, Tulum | Hotelfrom $378
Carretera Bocapaila km. 10, Tulum | Hotelfrom $133
Calle Alfa Norte esquina con Calle Sagitario, Tulum | 3 star hotelfrom $44
Calle Coba Lote 4, Tulum | 9 star hotelfrom $52
Calle 6 Sur entre Calle 9 Sur y 11 Sur, Tulum | 2 star hotelfrom $47