The Ruins and Cenotes of Tulum, Tulum, Mexico (B)
While we managed to move to a new apartment and travel to 3 countries in the past 5 weeks, my blog was on mute. But I’m still around and I’m happy to finally share my little Christmas getaway in Mexico with you I was super excited to have my first experience with this country. But to be honest, we all know that the area around Cancún, Playa del Carmen and Tulum is super developed and anything else than untouched by tourism, however that didn’t detract my excitement: We had our base in a quiet corner of Playa del Carmen and a rental car for a week. The car turned out to be quite expensive (Mexican car insurance really kills you ) but after all it really paid off being flexible and mobile. The Yucatán Peninsula is a fantastic place for road trips as the roads are easy to navigate (the land is flat as a pancake, therefore the roads are basically straight), traffic outside the cities is light and there’s so much to see: Countless Mayan ruins, sink holes (cenotes) and postcard-perfect beaches. In the following I’m going to show you some of the gorgeous archaeological sites, as well as some less visited cenotes in Tulum: ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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