If I was stuck on a desert island, I would want it to look exactly like this. So beautiful I can’t take my eyes off of the horizon.
Couldn’t help but catch this massive raven/grackle thingy hanging out on top of the roof of the ruins. With how gloomy and overcast it was that day it was a bit creepy.
This little area was roped off since they do get the occasional turtle wanting to nest their eggs in the ruins. Seriously though, what a place to be brought into the world!
I never really thought the ocean could be that blue. I always thought people over did it on Photoshop and the whole shebang… boy was I proven wrong. Tulum is still one of my favorite beaches in the world.
Whoever was living in this little hut overlooking the ocean was a lucky lucky SOB for sure. There aren’t many ruins like this. Can you imagine what it would be like to come across something like this? MAGICAL!
I think we saw more iguanas at the Tulum ruins than in the entirety of Mexico. It was insane! That and they will come to you when you hold a hibiscus flower out for a tasty snack.
Photos by: Traveling Canucks (@travelcanucks)
Seaside villas resting on the Caribbean coast of Tulum, Mexico.
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I am still a firm believer that Mexico has some of the most stunning beaches in the world. I never in my imagination thought that the water was actually that BLUE. Take a walk up and down the beach – you will be surprised with little findings just like this one.
Wind blowing in your hair.
Waves crashing on the rocks below.
This is one of the most perfect places.