Greetings From The Ruins- Tulum

Hope Y’all Are Keeping Warm :)

Greetings From The Ruins In Tulum

To learn about Tulum and see where we were romping around yesterday-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulum

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7 Responses to Greetings From The Ruins- Tulum

  1. Thom Falzarano says:

    This gives me hope that there is warm weather somewhere! 18 – 24 inches of the dreaded snow is on the way here for the weekend.

  2. Put a shirt on… just kidding.. hope you have fun, looking forward to snow.. will be posting pics… have fun

  3. Kim Smith says:

    Tulum looks stunning–agree with Tom–your glimpses of beaches and blue skies is providing us all with hopes of warm weather, after the Blizzard, of course!

  4. Tulum is indeed beautiful and right on the gulf. But climbing down from the top of the ruins scared the heck out of me. Looking down the tiered structure, I realized that if you stumbled, you’d tumble all the way down.

  5. mk says:

    Hey Joey, I visited there a few years back. Although fairly “touristy”, I loved it! Be safe/well and have fun! Rock out.

  6. Susan larosa says:

    I’ve been there but stayed on ground level…

    Come back safe.

  7. E.J. says:

    That’s just mean! BTW, you look great.

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