Driving south for nearly two hours, I came to this Mayan city built by the sea. The site faces the sea to the East and becomes the first place to see sunrise every day. The lonely ruins overlook the Caribbean Sea. The blue ocean is in sharp contrast to the ancient buildings. It is even more vicious in the years and the beating waves. The Tulum Maya site is situated on a cliff fifteen meters above sea level. It is small but exquisite. The turquoise sea is intoxicating. In Mayan culture, Tulum means wall. It was named Tulum because it was a besieged city. I can't help thinking of the sentence in Qian Zhongshu's Besieged City: Marriage is a besieged city, people outside the city want to go in, people in the city want to come out.
Tulun Avenue Cancun City's most important main traffic road, mainly north-south direction, can directly access to the international airport, this road can also extend to Tulun, so it is called Tulun Avenue. Generally speaking, the blockage here in the afternoon is relatively serious. Buses and minibuses gather here, which is quite busy, but the order is poor.
Tulun Avenue is the main road in downtown Cancun. There are a lot of cars and traffic jams. Although there are occasional overpasses across Tulun Avenue, the local people can often be seen crossing the road, and they are accustomed to it. We wandered along Tulun Avenue near Ado Station in the city centre and found that the city centre was not as busy as we thought, but like a small town in a second-tier city in China. On the contrary, the 7-shaped hotel area is more glorious.
The Commercial Avenue near the seaside has beautiful scenery. The shops, catering and shopping on the avenue should be complete, crowded and lively.
There's nothing delicious on Tulun Avenue. Ha-ha.^^
There are many tourists in the main tourist and commercial districts.