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Central America, Mexico

Easy Photo Locations In Tulum

Tulum is a picture-perfect destination with beautiful beaches and amazing locations. Here is a list of easy Instagram locations in Tulum. Enjoying your holiday should always be the top priority, as well as getting those beautiful photos for your memories. With this guide, you won’t need to waste time but will be able to take amazing photos while enjoying everything that Tulum has to offer

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A perfect day trip from Tulum is Valladolid. Valladolid is a small town and is perfect for a local Mexical experience. Valladolid has a cenote in the town centre and restaurants serving local medical food.
Central America, Mexico

Day Trip From Tulum To Cobá and Valladolid

One of the best day trips from Tulum is to Cobá and Valladolid and the cenotes around them. Tulum is a great base to explore the Yucatan Peninsular. The area is full of Mayan history, and truly authentic Mexican towns. One of my favourite day trips was from Tulum to Coba and Valladolid and the Cenotes in the area. This is where you can see a more authentic Mexico and travel back in time.

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Central America, Mexico

Where To Eat For The Tulum Foodie Experience

Tulum is a foodies paradise from tiny food trucks to fine dining. Check out my list of the best restaurants in Tulum for a foodie experience. These restaurants are completely different from each other, but all have one thing in common; amazing Mexican food. Devour tacos dripping with salsa and fajitas rich with cheese. Wow your taste buds with fresh seafood at one of Tulum’s best restaurants and indulge with the ‘best pizza on earth’. Tulum is truly one of the best foodie experiences in Mexico, so make sure you don’t miss any of these unmissable restaurants.

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Top Things To Do In Havana Cuba
Central America, Cuba

Where To Eat In Havana

Mostly when you speak to people or read blogs, the consensus about Cuba and food is that it’s terrible, which is why where you eat in Havana is so important. The Cuban food was once pretty average, when all restaurants were government-run, and had to serve the same food for the same price. Now, privately-owned restaurants are popping up all over Cuba, and are changing the game when it comes to food. Finding a great restaurant can sometimes be tricky, however, especially if you venture further from the Vieja Neighbourhood. Have a guidebook with you, or make a list before you go, as you won’t be able to Google “where to eat in Havana”, while on the streets.

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Central America, Cuba

Top Things To Do In Havana

Havana is a snapshot from another century and a postcard to a different way of life. Large boulevards intersect in the city, lined with grand old buildings that are now falling into ruins. Smaller roads twist between them filled with rickshaws and pop-up market stalls. Trees grow through empty windows, but if you look closer you’ll see someone’s washing hanging in an old foyer, and stairs leading to a lighted doorway. Buildings that would not meet the safety code elsewhere are still filled with life. Children play on the streets and people sit in their doorways to watch the world go by. Art is everywhere, and so are references to Ché and Fidel, the socialist heroes. There’s a lot of great activities that you can do in Havana, and here are just a few top things that I enjoyed.

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What You Need To Know Before You Go To Cuba
Central America, Cuba

What you need to know before you go to Cuba

Cuba is an amazing country full of friendly locals, beautiful old cars, and ruined majestic buildings. It’s a unique country, and even as a seasoned traveller there were things I wished I’d known before I arrived. I’ve written this guide for past me, that turned up with her visa, but almost nothing else. So, what do you need to know before you go to Cuba?

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How To Swim With Whale Sharks In Mexico
Central America, Mexico

How To Swim With Whale Sharks In Mexico

Mexico has great food, beautiful beaches, and strong cocktails, but what it’s also famous for are whale sharks, particularly large amounts of them. It’s been a dream and passion of mine to swim with these gentle giants for ages, and I knew I had to take this opportunity when I discovered I’d be there in peak whale shark season. After lots of research (and a bit of stress), we ended up booking the perfect experience. Here’s how to swim with whale sharks in Mexico!

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Central America, Mexico

Travel Guide For Tulum Mexico

Tulum is a beach paradise on the east coast of Mexico. Known for it’s highend hotels and eclectic food choices, it’s also great for day trips to see other parts of Mexico. It’s two hours drive from Cancun, which makes it accessible with some prior planning. Tulum has different sides to it, meaning you can create the type of holiday that suits you.

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Central America, Mexico

Travel Guide – 3 Days on Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres is a tiny Island just off the coast of Mexico from Cancun. The high-speed ferry only takes half an hour, but once you step off onto the island you are a world away from the huge resorts and spring break atmosphere of Cancun. Here you’re on island time, and there’s nothing better to do than to relax on the white sand beaches, eat the authentic food, and try a cocktail or two. Wondering what you can get up to, check out my travel guide and recommendations for 3 days on Isla Mujeres.

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