Tulum lay days

My fantasies of floating in the turquoise Caribbean ocean at Tulum were foiled by endless amounts of seaweed. Seaweed for days and days. I’ve never seen so much in my life. Alas, there are other places to swim in Tulum. We somehow ended up on a private tour (not exactly high season in Tulum at the moment) and had Dos Ojos cenote to ourselves for about an hour before the hoards of divers and tourists arrived. Snorkelling the crystal clear water of Dos Ojos and baby sea turtles interrupting our evening vino on the beach were the highlights of Tulum. Apart from that we did a lot of lazing around on beach chairs and in hammocks. What seaweed?

Seaweed invasion, Tulum Beach, Mexico.
Seaweed invasion, Tulum Beach, Mexico.
Palm detail, Tulum Beach, Mexico.
Palm detail, Tulum Beach, Mexico.
Tulum Beach signage.
Tulum Beach signage.
Palm tree days. Tulum Beach, Mexico.
Palm tree days. Tulum Beach, Mexico.
Baby turtles growing here!
Baby turtles growing here!
Lazy days, Tulum Beach.
Lazy days, Tulum Beach.
Cenote Dos Ojos.
Cenote Dos Ojos. Cenotes are underground rivers exposed by limestone collapse.
Cenote Dos Ojos
Cenote Dos Ojos for just me, Anny and our over weight, pre-diabetic tour guide Willy.
Clear blue. Cenote Dos Ojos.
Clear blue. Cenote Dos Ojos.
Cenote Nicte-Ha
Cenote Nicte-Ha
Reflections.
Reflections. Cenote Nicte-Ha
Cacti flower
Cacti flower
Tulum ruins.
Tulum ruins.
Flowering at Tulum ruins.
Flowering at Tulum ruins.

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