Zulum Beach Club + Cabanas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Unfortunately I was in a tourist hotspot, and I could not find anything cheaper than 100 pesos (6€). Ultimately during my search I went to a Mexican restaurant and asked them if they would lower their prices for a weary traveler that did not feel very touristic that day. After a few minutes conversation I managed to lower the price for a portion nachos to 50 pesos instead of a 100. That’s more to my liking J
Afterwards I went back, looking ...
... side of the head, at least the other fifty Mexicans on the bus would of had my back. God bless America. One thing I did love about Cancun was the food, real authentic Mexican food, far different from the Old El Paso variety that I'm used to. Down the road from where we staying was a food plaza with dirt cheap awesome food, on one of the nights Sarah got tacos from one of the stalls and hoed into them. Half way through the second taco she was one unhappy customer, her whole ...
... into many, and many beers turned into tequila. We left the hostel bar with a couple of their Canadian friends and headed into town. Spanish speaking people, whether from Spain or Latin America are by far the best people to party with. They are all so vibrant and they literally dance from after dinner until the bar chucks them out. The locals at the bar were awesome, a local artist persuaded the girls to be have face and ...
... Tulum with the famous ruins that are located more or less right on the
beach! The only way to access the picturesque beach is to pay the entrance fee
for the ruins, which we were going to do anyways and it was absolutely amazing.
Turquoise water, chalk white sand and of course the ruins right on the cliffs
by it adding a unique touch. Considering how much my skin has been exposed to
the sun during the trip I thought it was due time ...
... tourists here seem to include quite a mix of nationalities. A major pro of it being a tourist town, is that most restaurants offer a veggie option, meaning I can try a number of different Mexican dishes I haven't been able to before, including veggie burrito and vegetarian (mango) ceviche. I thought ceviche could only be found in Peru, but it seems that it exists here too. The gadventures guide had mentioned that you could get veggie ceviche at some places in ...