Sandy Toes & Salty Kisses – Playa del Carmen

Part #6: Playa del Carmen & Tulum

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When I was in Mexico for a month in Guadalajara on an official visit, I took the chance to go on a mini-vacation to the Mayan Pyramids in Chichen Itza and Tulum. I stayed in Playa del Carmen and even though I didn’t have time to actually visit and rest in a beach (because it was raining by the time I came back from my trips to Chichen Itza / Tulum for all the three days I was there). But I did get to the beach in the morning one day and it was so empty (it was near a hotel) and the sand was so different from the ones I am used to in California/India. And since Tulum is located near the sea and is based on the second largest barrier reef it is just a-m-a-z-i-n-g to see them. You can see more pictures of it in my travelogue. I would love to visit Cancun + Playa del Carmen once again and this time only to experience the beaches there.

5 thoughts on “Sandy Toes & Salty Kisses – Playa del Carmen

    1. Thank you. Yes, it was a lovely place. And I did have some interesting experiences there in that one month even though every one was against me travelling around there alone.

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      1. People will always be against you. But this seems to be a common theme with you. Do you look for trouble?

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        1. Me, trouble ? Nah! But wouldn’t back down when it comes looking for me though. Seriously, my friends find me very boring most of the times because I hardly do or say anything. But I do have my share of grab-the-moment experiences just because I think I don’t have anything to lose.

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