la zebra cabanas
hanging out together at Papaya Playa Project
our beautiful, unbelievably kid friendly hotel, la zebra
a friendly drone saying hello to Julian
walking the streets of Tulum town
our jungle view every gorgeous morning
we made it to Hartwood. I stood in a very long line one day at 2:00 to get a 5:30 reservation that evening. Definitely well worth the wait. I had the grilled octopus and the ceviche. Awesome!
one morning after breakfast we walked down the gorgeous white sand beach to visit, Coqui Coqui, a small boutique and perfumery in a gorgeous hotel. It was my favorite.
my favorite people on the planet, waiting patiently at Coqui Coqui.
Tulum is definitely one of the most gorgeous places I've been. The beach borders a lush jungle with small hotels, restaurants and shops lining a narrow seaside road. Even though Tulum seems to have hit its prime, it still has a small, bohemian vibe which we loved. We stayed beachside at La Zebra which was very kid friendly with a wood and rope beachside playground and in town at Villa Geminis condos.
Our favorite things were: tacos in town at Taqueria Honorio food truck, whole grilled snapper at Casa Banana, homemade pasta at Posada Margherita, grilled octopus at Hartwood, ceviche in town at El Camello and Coqui Coqui fragrance and boutique. It was such an awesome trip. The funniest thing, almost everyone we met was from New York City, specifically Williamsburg.