Chichen Itza is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. It is in the State of Yucatan, only approximately 2-3 hours from Tulum. It is quite inland and it can get extremely hot. They do not allow climbing the pyramid anymore. Rumor says because someone fell off it some years ago. However, […]
Only one hour away from Tulum is the archaeological site of Coba. There are many Maya lost cities in Mexico and each one is different. Coba is no exception. It is a relatively large site, settled among a lush jungle. What makes Coba a little bit more special, is that it is the only archaeological site […]
It has been almost a year since we made our home in Tulum. Where is time gone? In the last few days i have being reflecting on the last year… It seems to have passed by in the blink of an eye. Thanks to Facebook reminding me every other day of my past memories, I find […]
When in Mexico…eat Tacos!! These are probably the most delicious fish tacos in Tulum and they come with a complementary salad buffet. My favourites are the octopus tacos as featured in the picture. This delicious fish taco little restaurant is right behind the hotel Mango Tulum where I am currently working as manager and diving […]
Cenote Nohoch Nah Chich. Another cave diving video editing project. Cave diving Cenote Nohoch Nah Chich (The Giant Bird Cage). It is one of the longest underwater cave systems in the world. Starring Dom, Peter and myself. Related articles across the web Take a quirky, memorable trip to Slovenia
My latest video editing project. A video of cave diving in Cenote Minotauro in the Riviera Maya, Mexico. Three mates (Pete, Dom & Keiran) cruising into darkness. Filmed by my friend and cave diver Peter Tovey.