Note: This is a re-post from my main blog Diamonds and Tulle, with some additional pics below.
My pics definitely did no justice to the beauty of Tulum.
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Wouldn´t you know it´s been rather windy on our spring break vacation!
I´ve only been in the ocean once and today was a memory for the books!
My sis woke up feeling terrible. She bravely insisted we still make an attempt
for some excursion and off we went. No sooner had we left our room, did the rain start to sprinkle.
Thinking we could beat the rain, we forged on towards Xcaret, a jungle-themed adventure park.
As we continued on, the rain came down harder and faster as we came upon
miles and miles of road closures and traffic. Until about halfway, the skies started to part,
the roads started to open up, and I had hopes of a decent day.
Unfortunately, the weather took a turn for the worse for sis. She felt horrible with body aches,
a throbbing stomach, and waves of hot flashes and chills.
We had decided to forgo the adventure park and instead drive the additional 45 min. to see the ruins of Tulum.
I´d been really excited to see Tulum, as they are typically the most popular images depicted in descriptions
of the Riviera Maya.
The weather was super nice as we reached the ruins by foot.
The coastal breeze was refreshing and the skies had brightened up.
Unfortunately, sis was feeling awful and we decided to leave after visitng a few sites.
I´d say she was a trooper and deserved an "A" for effort.
The rain didn´t let up back in Cancun either. Lying out at the beach
was not an option at all today.
Most spring-breakers I´ve talked to have spent the day drinking margaritas indoors.
I´ll post some of the pictures I got when we return.
However, I swear, the pictures can do no justice for how beautiful the site was.
Here are a few professional images to tide you over...
A lovely vintage drawing of the main temple.