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TULUM - MORE THAN JUST A BEACH
Little Tulum, the jewel of the Riviera Maya has become more than just
another Caribbean Sea coastal town, it is a one of a kind heaven for
life loving people seeking a slice of paradise.
Like my wife Jane says about Tulum, "Tulum is a hard place to leave."
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Green Ideas – to save Tulum and our planet.
Three action packed days of conferences, featuring
twenty timely lectures of one hour each plus
representatives of cutting edge technological
innovations for a sustainable balance of nature.
Sensible recycling with art and everyday living in a
harmonious balance coexisting with nature is the
theme of the numerous artists participating.
Functional and beautiful, totally recycled materials
are creatively finished into dazzling art forms by
local artist Flor Norma Grisel Mena Mena.
The Green Expo is an annual event in Tulum with
an ever expanding collection of talented and
dedicated contributors all helping to make this
planet a better place to live.      
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MUYIL MAYAN RUINS AND SIAN KA'AN BIOSPHERERESERVE
– a side trip from Tulum
Twenty-five kilometers south of Tulum is located a
remarkable link to Mayan ingenuity. Located in a dense
jungle setting and connected to the Caribbean Sea by two
manmade canals, Muyil also known as Chunyaxché still
stands as a noteworthy testimonial to this remarkable
Mayan stand alone civilization.
Muyil is a wonderful place to take a nature hike, mingle
with tropical nature and witness some of the most unusual
examples of the Mayan advanced infrastructure that is still
functional to this very day. This is a big place so plan to do
a lot of walking. To enjoy Muyil to its fullest a half day of
leisurely poking along will enhance your pleasurable
experience immensely.
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Artesanos de Tulum
Tulum has been an intersection of transport and commerce for
sea-going trade canoes that frequented these pristine waters.
In 1975 the Territory of Quintana Roo became a state, but was seldom
visited, had nearly no paved roads and tourism was unheard of outside
of the newly created resort town of Cancún. Besides being undeveloped
it was a smugglers paradise for clandestine merchandise that strangely
found its way into Mexico by night.
Though the Riviera Maya has been discovered now by world travelers
there are still some extremely affordable options for visiting Tulum.   
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Dance on Tulum.s 3rd
anniversary celebration in
May 2011,
Click here or on
photo.
LINKS TO FAVORITE
ECO-FRIENDLY
WEBSITES
Permacultulum -
ecology company that
offers green solutions
and Consulting In Tulum
and the Riviera Maya.
Sells a wide variety of
ecological products:  
solar water heaters, solar
panels and more.

www.permacultulum.com

SOLARPLAST -
Air conditioning and hot
water with energy solar +
gas.
www.solarplast.com.mx

IMAGENIA - Outdoor
furniture and childrens
play sets made with
recycled plastic,
"Plastimadera".
www.imagenia.com.mx

YUCATAN'S MAGIC -
Bicycle Yucatan -
Eco-Friendly Living

www.bicycleyucatan.com
For YouTube video of the
artists at Tulum's 3rd
anniversary celebration in
May,
click here or on photo
of Blanca above.
Beach
Discover real Mexican food out of
and seafood. Relax and swim at
Discover real Mexican food out of
the Mexican Caribbean’s best the
Mexican Caribbean’s best public
beach
The very best of these beaches is the
one that starts at the majestic Mayan
ruins perched high atop a rock
outcropping south for three kilometers.
Heavenly shade is provided by
coconut palms and sea grape
trees…ideal for swinging hammocks.
Public access signs are posted.
  
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The photo to the right is Santa Fe beach
south of the Mayan ruins, the best beach.