Climbing to the top of Coba’s pyramid, which is the highest Mayan pyramid of the Yucatan Peninsula. It gives a majestic view of the Mexican jungle surroundings.
It’s Friday morning when we hop on one of the ADO buses in Tulum to head for Coba. The night before we had already bought our round-way tickets to make sure we have seats. The ancient Maya ruins of Coba lay in the middle of the Mexican jungle yet surrounded by lakes, about an hour away from Tulum. ...read more!
The first and the second day of my Incatrail motor trip have been pretty intense. Today should be the day where I get to drink lots of great coffee during many nice breaks and have amazing weather! And so it will be. ...read more!
Rise and shine, it is 6am. The first train from Hydroelectrica towards Machupicchu leaves early, so I have to get up on time again. A taxi brings me from the Eco Lodge in Santa Teresa to the train station named Hydroelectrica. Once I’m there, I realize that I could have easily done this by motor after the night I had just experienced! Yet, I still have to buy a train ticket for the Inca train that will bring me to Aguas Calientes within 30 minutes. ...read more!