Tucked away near the end of a long, winding dirt road in the picturesque town of Tulum, Mexico sits what can only be described as every art adoring, beach going, international crime aficionado’s dream.
You see, Casa Malca, the 41-room estate sitting on the left-hand side of that long stretch of unkept street, is filled with something for just about everyone including a rare sculpture by pop artist KAWS simply sitting in the entryway, stunning vistas of the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea from every window, and a backstory that will make every “Narcos” fan giddy with joy because the entire property once belonged to none other than Pablo Escobar.
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