Tulum, Mexico: 20.2147° N, 87.4289° W










Tulum Ruins


Nohoch Mul- Cobá Mayan Ruins
Tankach-Ha cenote


Tulum is an older, pretty cousin of Cancun. She is into yoga and juicing and is very laid back. They live about an hour and a half away from each other if you drive like a local. Tulum is reportedly the only Mayan city built on a coast, and was a seaport where goods were traded.

Although my goal was to move as little as possible I did make it to the Tulum ruins, Cobá and the ceynote pictured above. I also slept a lot, did seaside yoga and ate my weight in guacamole. So to recap, it was a good trip and I will definitely be back.

Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week!


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8 comments:

  1. Wow, those pictures are stunning. What a beautiful, picturesque place to vacation.. :)

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  2. Very nice to meet Tulum; she is breathtakingly beautiful...:-). No wonder people say this is "Paradise on earth." Amazing pictures.

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    1. I would have to agree with them on the paradise thing :)

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  3. Amazing! You certainly managed to see a lot - what a beautiful place, take care :) !!

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    1. Lol! I would have been able to do a lot more if I didn't spend so much time sleeping and reading.

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  4. Your pictures are always so beautiful. This place is breathtakingly stunning. Lol @ guacamole!

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    1. Thank you Nerline! I think the locals were starting to talk about me and the guacamole :)

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