Zulum Beach Club + Cabanas
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- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We left Coba for Tulum on Friday the 13th!! Not that scary actually. It started off well, while waiting for the bus from our hotel in Coba to Tulum, we were very kindly offered a lift by a French couple who had been staying in the same hotel as us. They had a hire car, and were passing Tulum on their way to their next destination. They were spending a few weeks in Mexico which, as it turns out, formed part of the wife's "work trip". She even used the inverted comma's, so it's ok. She ...
... hippy-dippy and very cheap. I think our cabanas cost around $15-$25. I honestly don't remember.
Flash forward. 2014. Sarah is married to a guy named Phil (one of Hugo's oldest friends). Lindsay is married to a guy named Augustinus and has a beautiful 6 year old girl. I'm married to Hugo and we have an amazing 3-1/2 year old son. Yes. Times change. Oh, and you can't find a $15-$25 a night ...
... his book, but now he hardly makes any fuss and although he would never say so, I think he might be even enjoying himself! When you think about pyramids, Egypt immediately comes to mind. But Mexico has the most pyramids in the world, more than 10,000. The construction of these massive building has stretched far longer than any period in Egypt and been the focal point for more than one civilization, with the oldest period was built in 1400 BC and the newest in 1100 AD. We ...
... some yoga in this part of the world, and made it a mission to grab a bike from the hotel and venture out to a yoga studio in town, and also down at the beach. Check out Amanda’s last 2 posts on both yoga options and an interview with Yoga Dicha: http://balancedlifenutrition.com.au
I on the other hand wanted to hit the gym and tried to score free passes wherever I could, however the best I could do was get a one day pass at a large ...
... a new experience for me as I was diving inside a Cenote. The first dive was in El Pit, we walked down a ladder before we step into and descend 35 metres into the cenote. Diving El Pit is wow as you descend down, you can see the sun rays beam through the waters reflecting off the rocks – it is like a light show under water. We also dive through Halocline, this is the mix of salt and fresh water and causes your vision through your goggle become a little blurred. There ...