Costa Maya. We climbed the Mayan Ruins, toured and shopped the beach side villages, bought hand crafted silver jewelry from the locals, and gave myself a nasty bug from eating pineapple sold by the villagers. That was not so fun and lasted a year but the visit there was lovely and memorable...for more reasons that one, lol. This trip falls into the "been there, done that" category.
"The ancient Mayan port of Tulum sits high on a bluff overlooking the Caribbean sea and facing the rising sun. One of the most historically rich sites in the Mayan World and Quintana Roo´s most famous site, Tulum, is a walled city that became important during the Post-Classic Period (1000-1500 A.D.) and a major site in the Maya's extensive trade network."