Deirdra, our Technical Designer, just got back from Tulum and shared some of her photos with us:
Our lovely hotel (El Pez) cabanas and pool. Vibrant colors are everywhere in Tulum.
Our cabana for the week
The local fishermen (and families) come out and fish in front of the hotel every morning at sunrise.
Ceviche Misto (shrimp and fish), a local favorite!
Out on the cabana lawn in our SA best! (Bette dress, short sleeve Single Needle shirt)
There were so many beautiful, chic, low-key beach bars along Tulum Playa, it was hard to choose one!
Biking along the beach road, which has the beach on one side, and the jungle on the other (in my Betty tank and packable raffia hat)
There are many gorgeous little eco boutiques along the beach to check out, all with very interesting architecture and reclaimed elements.
Hartwood Restaurant, owned and operated by Chef Eric Werner from Brooklyn. The jungle setting was incredible, and so was the food!
The Tulum Ruins (Zama) were once inhabited by around 1500 Mayans, and an important trade hub. The setting is unbelievable, right on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
A vibrant fruit stand in Tulum Pueblo
Taqueria in Tulum Pueblo. There is so much good food to be had in town!
Many thanks to Deirdra! You can check out more of our staff travels here.
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