Taking a time out from my many Tulum posts and skipping forward to London life. Spring has arrived and the one and only blooming Chelsea Flower Show has been and gone. But thankfully the city is still blooming especially in Chelsea.
Tulum attracts jet-setters from all over the globe. Any place that has crystal clear waters and guaranteed sunshine is bound to be popular.
So as requested following on from our adventure of Joyriding in Tulum, here’s the next instalment of our Tulum tales. Tulum is also home to the historical Mayan ruins which is built on a coast. Just picture it – architectural ruins with a backdrop of turquoise waters and swaying palm trees. How can you not want to visit?
Waking up for our first full day in Tulum was ridiculously exciting. We’d envisaged joyriding in Tulum, through the town and across the beach. With the wind in our hair and looking like bohemian babes. The reality was something quite different. [read more]
With the world’s longest winter known to mankind, it was time to abort ship and head in search of the most important vitamin of all. Vitamin seaaaaa – obviously. But before hitting the sea we decided to have a pit stop in Playa del Carmen. [read more]
Hibernation mode is in full swing this time of year slowly waiting for spring to arrive and the snowstorms to be a thing of the past. The cure = continue to be a hermit but maybe mix up the venue and go hibernating in a forest.