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Old 10-15-2008, 08:23 PM
Location: SW MO
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My husband and I would love to ditch the all-inclusive resort for a change and stay in some huts on the beach, possibly down near Tulum. Has anyone done this and what was your opinion and experience? My largest concern is the lack of air-conditioning, not because of the heat but the humidity. I don't relish the idea of damp sheets and clothes. Anyone have some insight for me?
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Old 10-24-2009, 02:01 AM
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Check out on net......Hotel maya luna in mahujual ( I cant spell that) but south is great! place right on beach and each small cabin has has your own private upper roof deck with palapa for shade for reading, lazing etc/
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Old 10-24-2009, 02:29 AM
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Hotel Ana & Jose/ not the Ana & Hose Beach club that the boys have but further down a bit...the old Hotel and Beach restsurant. I found it in 1990 when there were all little huts up and down Tulum Beach Road, now it's built up tho. Back then, I was afraid to get out of the car. My boyfriend & I had driven for hours from Cancun, fueled by curiosity, and needed a plc to stay. He pulled up behind huts on a white sand beach. I wanted to turn around and go back. A sleek blond gal from West coast USA passed by the car, saw me, knew, talked me out of that car..she was right! that was the best move I ever made....white sand, clean hut room, hot water, candles as electricity went off at 10PM....then, millions of stars, moonlit beach, palm trees, breeze. There was a big hut that was a restaurant/bar with a white sand floor, birds and parrots. Great margaritas, nice polite family ran it. There was a beautiful sunrise, I walked the beach with a little white shaggy dog that joined me then. (The family that owned and worked the hotel had that little dog and 3 little boys. A Grandpa used to sit by the door just inside the restaurant. Just people in a most beautiful enviroment. I saw the boys who are men when last there, dog is gone, Grandpa no longer by the door.) I remembered it all because that experience was so great...going out of those big hotels and seeing something else. I mean it's worth it! It's always May and not hot, ....ceiling fans, breezes. And you might check the rooms wherever you stop, make sure they are clean...maybe have ceiling fan or high roof. I'm just saying that ....go south, find those places....possible experiences. I still go there every time I get down there now... if just for a dinner. Follow that gut feeling.
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