The planet is filled with bugs out to get early retirement budget travelers.
It’s more than money – it’s the happiness level and beauty of the place.
Six weeks later, I’m still feeling stiffness.
How I lived in a tourist hot spot on $900 a month.
I will miss my new friends when I leave.
You’re invited to see our Christmas Day creation.
Odd things happened exploring private cenotes near Tulum.
How I lived on less than $1,000 a month in early retirement in Tulum, Mexico.
The best massage I’ve ever had, by a magical lady!
Incredible chills shook me so violently I must’ve looked like I was transforming into one of the scary zombies from … More
Buenas vibras en Tulum estos dias.
Sometimes I get uppity and short on patience when someone is slower or has less knowledge than me. Not sure … More
There are four areas tourists consider “Tulum.” First, there are the ruins on the sea. This is what Tulum was … More
Plastic garbage is entwined in sargassum seaweed for miles.
A return trip home to the U.S. reveals a few stark realities about life as an American.
On a break from the constant rain of the last few days, I set off for a wet ride to … More
Sexy (not) makeshift plastic bag booties secured with hair clips, designed for rain in Tulum.
Go. Just go.
Great day at the beach! When it started raining, I danced a bit, then biked back to town in a downpour laughing like a kid the whole way!
Here are ten things I’ve learned about finding basic comforts abroad on a budget in the two months I’ve lived in Tulum, Mexico.