Mexico / Isla Mujeres / Tulum

It’s been a while since our Mexico trip. You might find some pictures familiar – that’s cause we went to places, where we’ve been before. No sightseeing, just relaxing this time.

Landed in Cancun and strolled around while waiting for our ferry

Landed in Cancun and strolled around while waiting for our ferry

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The place where we stayed in Isla Mujeres looks pretty normal from the outside. Once you enter the door, you beg to differ..

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Our room was pretty perfect too

Our room was pretty perfect too

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The cat of the house was called Bruno. He looked like a Jaguar.

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On a good day, you could see Cancun on the horizon.

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The best way to explore the island is by golf cart.

The best way to explore the island is by golf cart.

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Can you spot the iguanas?

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After a few days in Isla Mujeres, we have planned to visit Tulum again. It’s such a nice place to hang out, eat good food and unwind and it’s easy to reach by bus. Tulum is also known for its pristine crystal clear Caribbean beaches. Unfortunately, nature does not always act the way you want it to and so we were greeted by a lot of sargassum seaweed.

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Like, quite a bit.

Like, quite a bit.

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so we had to opt for a pool at some point

The place we stayed at was beautiful as ever.

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And the food delicious as can be (ZAMAS HUEVOS RANCHEROS!)

And the food delicious as can be (ZAMAS HUEVOS RANCHEROS!)

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After some days, the beach like we knew it came back!

After some days, the beach like we knew it came back!

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And the food was still good.

And the food was still good.

as well as the mescal

as well as the mescal

As well as the mescal

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Martin got a donkey

Martin got a donkey

but traded it for a drink

but traded it for a drink

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A visit to Tulum town

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the food was still spicy

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Separated at birth

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more food!

more food!

more fire!

more fire!

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i would like to own a bungalow

i would like to own a bungalow

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Martin doing the Leonardo di Caprio walk

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Me doing the posing with my new coqui coqui bag

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And suddenly it was time to leave. (If you look close enough, you can see Venus right next to the moon)

Back to Cancun

Back to Cancun

Back to real life

Back to real life

Casa de los Sueños

Coco Tulum

Zamas Tulum

Hartwood 

Restaurare (Vegan food)

Coqui Coqui

Gitano (Mescal Drinks)

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