Risas del Sol

Heroes Oxacunos La Punta, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Heroes Oxacunos La Punta, Puerto Escondido, is near Playa Zicatela, Laguna de Manialtepec, Playa Bacocho, and Playa Principal.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

Mas tortugitas

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 12, 2014

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... I was staying in, has a wheel you spin and inevitably it lands on some form of shot; after a quite few spins and a fair bit of tequila, I headed up to bed in the early hours. Needless to say, I felt wretched the next day, but with only a bus to catch in the evening, I settled in to a very comfy sofa and the day passed me by; the last day of this trip wasted with a hangover. Next stop was ten hours inland, so I moved on and settled in for the night on a ...

Riding Waves and Soaking Up Rays

A travel blog entry by andycrandy on May 06, 2013

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... many foreigners for its surfing. I met a many people from America, Australia, and Europe. The guy running my hotel helped me get lessons from a local there at a fair price compared to the many schools around. I took a few lessons and was starting to get the hang of it. I stood up a few times and rode til the end. I found the most tiring part is paddling out to where the wave breaks. With current and strong white wash, you end taking ...

Sad leaving Guaymas...then feeling blessed.

A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Jan 25, 2013

4 comments, 31 photos

Arrived here in Puerto Escondido at the civilized hour of 10.00. A 27 hour crossing from Guaymas ,with smooth seas,albeit with a rolly swell to start and no more than 10 knots of wind. The whole night the moon showed us the way and in the early hours of my watch the stars appeared to fall into the sea, like fireworks in reverse. Then , the sun rose and it's spectrum took in all the colours of the rainbow and more. While I slept off watch ...

Rocking chacahua

A travel blog entry by ditton on Aug 15, 2012

... at a dock where there is another truck waiting to ferry people and supplies to the little town.

After the lushness of the lagoon I was surprised when the landscaped turn to desert and looked more like Baja the tropical southern Mexico. Twenty minutes of bumpy cactus riddled dirt road later I found anything but what I expected. A row of little restaurants lined the beach and most were filled with a colorful assortment of ...

No David Hasselhofs or Pammie look alikes but...

A travel blog entry by spongebobsquad on Mar 05, 2012

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... course) learnt a very important life lesson here without really being
in too much danger. The constant loop tape we've been playing on the
parental advice recorder since we've been on this coastline is
“Whenever you go in the sea, do not, whatever you do, go out of
your depth”. The chin stuck out and in he went and the words were
still ringing in his ears as the lifeguard came running ...