Hotel Aldea del Bazar
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... a wink. It was so cold on the air conditioned bus, 19deg and no one had the clothes or blankets to keep warm. And at 3am no one could remember how to ask the bus driver in Spanish to turn it up. At 7.30am we had arrived in paradise so nothing else mattered now. Pretty hot and super humid. Straight to the hostel for a snooze we went. The time here has gone super quick, very slack with the diary writing but I'm usually awake a bit before everyone so I'm here trying ...
... day we would arrive and Josh’s response, “I hear Rio Nexpa is small, we’ll probably just bump into you.” And bump into them we did. Not even one minute after our taxi driver dropped us off at the first hotel in Nexpa Josh and Dan come driving around the corner, hands waving.
So here we are, Rio Nexpa, lazy little surf town right right on the beach. We have a two- story cabana with two terraces overlooking the surf break. In the mornings we ...
Here are some of the things we did in Puerto Escondido, one of my favourite places in Mexico.
When we first arrived in Puerto Escondido we got in a taxi and started to drive to our apartment but the taxi driver couldn't find our house, so we were driving around for ages looking for the apartment. We eventually found it but it was hidden by lots of other apartments, we were all really angry at the guy who gave us the directions there, but all that went ...
From Oaxaca we took a shuttle down to Puerto Escondido on the coast. The road to get there was very mountainous and windy but quite scenic.
Our bags are quite a lot lighter at sea level. It's also a lot ...
There was a lot of road construction after Barra de Nexpa, saw some large earth-moving equipment with a guy sleeping in a hammock slung between them. Small towns along the highway slow traffic with speed bumps that could devastate a suspension if hit at anything more than a crawl, sometimes there are signs marking them, sometimes not, sometimes they're nearly invisible, hiding in the shadows. One way ...