Tulum is the site of a Pre-Columbian Mayan city that served as a port for what is now the Mexican Riviera.The ruins are located on cliffs along the east coast of the YucatánPeninsula south of Cancun and along the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Pictured above, the site is gorgeous with slopping cliffs that end abruptly into a pristine cerulean sea. I arrived there this morning after taking a 7am ferry back from Cozumel where I had been reef diving yesterday. Upon arrival I went on a 5 miler in and around the site. The trails are a little eerie because of how desolate they are with occasional partially excavated ruins that jut out haphazardly. It was 87 degrees with 98% humidity - perfect running weather for a tapper. I came here hoping to channel some energy from our ancestors and bring me good luck one week from today. Right about now half of you guys are inebriated with Dwyer...wish I was there. Below is a picture of Xel-Ha natural water park; ran off a 15 foot cliff into the lagoon (pictured below) to make sure the Mayan's are looking out for me.