7.2.12

TULUM HERE I COME

I am going to Tulum, Mexico in mid-March! 

If you have ANY advice or recommendations I would be forever grateful  . . hotels, restaurants, secret spots.  You name it, I want to know it! 

9 comments:

Fashion Serial Killer said...

Go swim in some cenote's (ask some locals where the good ones are) and Maya Tulum is a nice place to stay. Drive into town to check out the graveyard as well, pretty neat.

kate funk said...

Oh my goodness, that's so funny!!!
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Fabliha said...

wow that would be amazing :) I am so jealous

I am just loving your blog

xxx
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astroNat said...

Not sure how far from Tulum it is, but Isla Mujeres is way charming and not far from that is the underwater museum which seems way cool, though, I didn't make it out there!

http://www.underwatersculpture.com/

rainbowdancer78 said...

Check out the Hotel Azulik. I am also going in Feb for a wedding and will let you know if there are any other recs after my trip!
Love your work.

mb2012 said...

I stayed here in tulum, it's amazing http://www.travelandleisure.com/travel-guide/tulum/hotels/coqui-coqui

Anonymous said...

Funny to stumble on your blog and see you're going to Tulum. I've been there over a dozen times. We stay on Solimon Bay (you'll pass it on the hiway to Tulum.) Must eat at Zamas and Posada Margherita (unbelievable homemade Italian food served by hot Italian surfers who have become locals over the past 10 years, don't miss it!) Amazing place to kick back, enjoy it!

rainbowdancer78 said...

Just got back from my wedding there...two places definitely not to miss eating at are Posada Margherita (AMAZING) and Hartwood, which is a new place opened by two ex-pats by way of Brooklyn. Great food and wonderful ambiance. Also on Sunday nights this place called Zebra has salsa dancing with a live band. You will absolutely Tulum! Have a blast.

Anonymous said...

MUST eat at Posada Margherita. Best Italian food ever. And this is coming from an Italian.