Namaste: Yoga in the Mexican jungle
Once a hippie hideaway, Tulum has emerged as a destination
for the fashionable to decompress and spiritually recharge
s we enter Hartwood, an open-air restaurant located, as its website says, ?on the jungle side of Tulum Beach Road,? a guitarist plays a melancholy Spanish tune. Oil lamps cast a faint read more……
Want Claire?s entire guide to Tulum? Check out her?PDF!
My favorite part of Tulum was sitting on the beach reading and eating ceviche.? There?s lovely yoga studios, higher end restaurants, and engaging activities like the ruins or cents as well, but honestly, I liked just hanging out in the sun and walking around town the best.
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by Jacquelyn Clark
I?ve had the pleasure of visiting Tulum myself on numerous occasions. But if I?m being totally honest, those visits typically involve me plunking myself on the beach and calling it a day. But after reading through?Courtney?s mini-guide to Tulum, I?m feeling the urge to head back and seriously explore! Chock full of read more……