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Breakfast at Cabanas La Luna and Fishing in Tankah Bay

By at February 10, 2015 | 5:29 pm | 0 Comment

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Well, I have to say that I LOVE  having breakfast on Tulum beach  getting kissed by the early morning sun rays. As much as I love dining at all of the restaurants in Tulum, this is one of my favorites.  Even just the ride down to the beach is so much more fun.

 

I finished up my meeting, official business for the my phone 161day — CHECK!  Now it was time to order breakfast, enjoy the beach and see what the day would bring.  One of my favorite breakfast dishes in Tulum is Huevos Rancheros.  Eggs over easy on a tortilla slathered in beans and a delicious salsa.  At Cabanas La Luna, Huevos Rancheros are served with seasoned potatoes and peppers and a perfectly firm avocado.  I always add a touch of the fresh habanero salsa for an extra kick.  The homemade bread and jams at Cabanas La Luna are the perfect compliment to balance the spice.

 

 

 

I love it when I am having a meal with a friend and we split dishes.  In this case I was the happy recipient of a bacon, cheese and veggie omelet.  AMAZING!

 

casa cenote, tulum (4)Now what are we going to do????  Then true to perfect Tulum form, another close friend came strolling up and asked what we were planing on doing.  Next thing we knew we were on the road to Tankah  Bay to go snorkeling in Casa Cenote – and do a little afternoon fishing with the Manatee Dive shop.

 

 

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Maanati dive shop (4)   After a good few hours on the boat we were starting to get a little hungry again so we headed back in to grab some food at Casa Cenote Restaurant.  One of their killer house margaritas was a MUST!

 

Just another Tulum Day. Living and Loving Tulum.

 

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Mangroove Cenote Club – Hotel – Bar & Restaurant

By at May 20, 2013 | 2:34 pm | 0 Comment

 

I love the cenotes in Tulum. Everyone one of them is so different then the other and the businesses that pop up around the cenotes are equally as diverse. While riding my bike on the south end of the beach road I saw a new cenote entrance next to a beautiful stone bar and restaurant.Mangroove Tulum

I could already tell this looked like a beautiful place to have a bite or a drink- but then at the top of the back stairs you see a long wooden path. It is clear that whatever was at the end of this “yellow brick road” was going to be amazing.Mangroove Tulum

a short walk down the path brings you to 4 suites each resting high above the mangroves. Each suite was beautifully appointed with private stunning bathrooms, screened 4 poster beds, ceiling fans and BEAUTIFUL views of the mangrove canopy.

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Each suite also has a perfect sitting area to enjoy the beautiful view with a cocktail from the bar and a good book.

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As I continued down the wooden path I came to the cenote! So amazing! I must say I love the concept of a “cenote club” There were large round lounge beds to relax on as well as a sun umbrella to shield from the hot sun. However in my case, it shielded from the tropical rain that had just started to fall when I was there. The rain created the most breathtaking site on the cenote.

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This cenote is a small river way that connects via a short swim or paddle away to a very large open air  cenote. The large open cenote is breathtaking and has always been one of my favorite spots. The intimacy of the connecting water way makes a very private afternoon but the easy access to the large area makes it the perfect place to canoe or paddle board, both of which are available for rent.Mangroove Tulum

I was not able to try the food but I am very much looking forward to it.

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