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Finding Our Way to the Tulum Ruins

Have you ever spent hours trying to find something only to find out that it was hidden in plain sight after you’d given up trying to find it?
That was our experience with the Tulum Ruins in Mexico.
The day prior to our actual arrival at the Tulum ruins we spent hours driving up and down speed-bumped streets trying to get to the Tulum ruins in Mexico. Thanks to our not so handy GPS, instead of being sent to the ruins, we were sent to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Not exactly where we planned to see ruins. Just as we were heading in the right direction, following signs to the ruins (we found out the following day), we were spent, cranky, and decided to pack it in.

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Just Sitting on Top of….the Coba Ruins

 “Arrive early,” the concierge said, “it gets hot later in the day when you climb the Coba Ruins in Mexico.” 

Maybe I failed to mention to him or mother nature that I am not a morning person. It appears during this trip in Mexico, however, I am going to have to pretend to be. 
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At 9:30, the Coba Ruins in Mexico parking lot contained no tour buses and there were no more than 10 vehicles in the parking lot. It seems that we have beaten the rush…and the heat. 
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