Hostal 8 venado

Justo Salvador s/n. Casi esquina A Cardenas, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, 70934, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Justo Salvador s/n. Casi esquina A Cardenas, Puerto Escondido, is near Playa Zicatela, Laguna de Manialtepec, Playa Bacocho, and Playa Principal.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Jan 27, 2014

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... dolphins, turtles, a sea snake but sadly no whales. It didn't matter though, the whole experience was absolutely amazing. During our days at Puerto Escondido we made some great new friends. Gordon & Mel a gorgeous couple from Canada, Phill from America & Maria & Nacho from Chille. A bunch of truly great people!! One of the things I love the most about traveling is meeting people!! It truly opens up the windows in your mind, I feel like ...

Beach time!!

A travel blog entry by hubballl on Jul 29, 2013

... rim of the glass) we were buddies and his excellent spanish speaking abilities were very helpful!! A few drinks turned into dinner and salsa dancing and after beers at the beach bars, we found a place to go salsa dancing!! The place was heaving with locals, and we settled in to try and learn the moves!! I felt like I was in the scene in dirty dancing when Baby carries the watermelons into the bar!! I didn't think I was that uncoordinated, but these hip-swinging locals made ...

Mexico - Puerto Escondido

A travel blog entry by leanne.baker on Aug 13, 2012

14 photos

... The waves were huge and I am not exaggerating when I say that unless you were a professional, you would easily get killed in those waves. My point was pressed home when the life guards chased anyone splashing in the water away, quickly!

Once we'd been to the supermarket, we headed back to the beach to watch the sunset with a few bottles of Sol and Wayne and I made friends with the local stray dogs. When we got back to our ...

Blockade Busting, Pacific Power, Dolphins & Drugs

A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 09, 2011

40 photos

... 8217;s” to guide us.

It took a few u-turns and side roads, some weaving through some parked trucks, some ignoring or angry glares, a lot of bumpy dirt roads through farmlands, a bridge that we all had to walk across as we would have been too heavy for the bus and us to cross, and were hurried back onto the bus as they were worried about us being seen by the demonstrators, and FINALLY, getting back to a proper, paved road. We knew things were looking positive ...

True Heavan is a place called La Punta

A travel blog entry by josiejojo on Oct 17, 2011

1 comment, 14 photos

... the beach. Everyday I'd take my chances with the crazy dogs on the crazy steep hill, laugh at the "scary" Chihuahuas on top of the roof who would yap at you, see women doing their laundry outside in their gardens, the guy who takes his horses to the beach, and finally my crazy dog I'd adopted. I had no idea what his name was so I called him Chilli Dog. I'm not sure if he had an owner, but all he wanted was some love. He was the best friend ...