Travel

Magical Tulum

March 25, 2015

Happy Spring everyone! I can’t believe it’s finally here! It has been a long winter, and I guess everybody at this point is more than ready for some sunshine and warm weather, right?
These days specifically, with the sun still being a bit shy here in Michigan, all that I can think of is the good energy, turquoise and warm waters of my stay in Tulum for a quick sunshine fix.

Since I have been planning my vacation, I’m feeling nostalgic going through these pictures from a couple of recent trips to Tulum. Check out these spots!

Planning vacations and long weekends have always been a big deal for me. I love discovering different cultures and there are so many places I want to see, that I follow a personal rule of going places I have never been to at least once a year. But how can I resist Tulum?

For those of you not familiar with this “magical place”, Tulum is a city that belongs to the Riviera Maya in Mexico, approximately one hour and a half away from Cancun – the largest city among all the other cities in the Mayan Riviera such as Playa del Carmen, Akumal, Puerto Morelos and Puerto Aventuras.

BATEY: little and charming bar owned by Italians who serve the best Mojito in town! They have a  Volkswagen outside used to get their a sugar cane juice. All sugar added to the drinks are natural from the sugar cane. It’s delicious! Prepare to listen to great live acoustic Mexican music. People there are super nice and very warm. The biggest Italian touch of the night for me, was when the DJ started playing “Figaro” 🙂

Beach Days with Yoga + Sunshine + Relaxation . Can I ask for more?

Dinner recommendations: Casa Violeta, Casa Jaguar, Hartwood.

Should I end up in Tulum again? What do you think? Leave me a comment with suggestions…

Beijos with love,

Lulu.

Ruinas Mayas + Playa Paraiso + Snorkeling 

BATEY: Um achado! Pequeno e charmoso bar. Os donos são italianos, que vieram a Tulum de férias e nunca mais foram embora. Eles servem o melhor Mojito de todos os tempos! Eles transformaram um fusca em uma moedor de cana. Os drinks que precisam de açúcar, são adoçados com caldo de cana natural. É uma delícia! Eles também oferecem música ao vivo, com músicos muito criativos da região, que tocam tudo acústico. O maior toque Italiano que achei da noite, foi quando o DJ começou a tocar “Fígaro”! Achei o máximo 🙂

Praia com Yoga + Sunshine + Relax. Tudo o que queria…

Recomendaçōes de restaurantes: Casa Violeta, Casa Jaguar, Hartwood.

E aí? Devo ir para Tulum de novo? Me deixe um comentário com sugestões.

Beijos,

Lulu.

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