Barlovento

Camino Al Faro 6a. Sur No. 3 Co. Sector Hidalgo, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, 71980, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Camino Al Faro 6a. Sur No. 3 Co. Sector Hidalgo, Puerto Escondido, is near Playa Zicatela, Playa Bacocho, Playa Principal, and Chacagua.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

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    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 22, 2013

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    ... things, though they are not as cheap as we expected from a local mercado. What is really cheap is fruit and fruit juices (25 MXN for a huge glass of fresh juice). Around the market you can find various second hand shops where we found some of our summer clothing (I found a dress made of pure silk for 4€) :-)

    Boat tour
    On our last day in Puerto Escondido we took a boat tour to watch sea wildlife. For 300 MXN each we got picked up by a taxi in front of our ...

    Viva Mexico Cabrónes

    A travel blog entry by miller.mba2011 on Sep 06, 2013

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    The trip from Flores (Guatemala) to Mexico was intense. A very early start, a very late bus, ungraded roads with pot holes the size of small swimming pools, a very cool border crossing involving a 20 minute boat trip down a river in full flood, getting lost on the other side, torturously repetitive Mexican radio, misdirections and stomach churning corners. 18 hours later (bus, boat, taxi, bus, bus and taxi) we were in San Cristobal de las Casas looking for food at 11pm.

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    Day - 57 A few too many cocktails

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 10, 2013

    ... is a shame because both mine and Bobbies parents were all together to talk to us. That night we had a nice dinner in the restaurant, most of the food along the strip is pretty good, it's not gourmet by any means, but it's cheap and tasty and for some reason when I'm in the ocean or near the ocean I always feel like eating seafood, even though usually seafood is the last thing I want to eat. We had an early night watching ...

    Mt men don't like to be passed by a gypsy bike

    A travel blog entry by kossickr on Feb 21, 2013

    18 photos

    ... beers and was ready for an interesting night. That was what I got! At one point I saw 27 shots lined up, mix that with some really bad really loud music and everyone speaking different langues. It was just a night to remember or maybe one that I don't! The next morning I got up around 8 and walked the town. I needed to get some parts for the bike (tire, chain, and sprockets front and rear) and I remembered passing ...

    A Bitter Sweet Weekend

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Sep 20, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... mini trumpet things. Later in the evening we lit a whole load of Chinese lanterns and watched them for ages as they drifted off into the night sky. The guys did a fabulous job and really thought of everything to make it an exceptional party.

    In Mexico the official marking of Independence comes at 11pm when the president makes an address to the crowds in Zòcola in Mexico City and he speaks traditional lines to which everyone replies with "Viva Mèxico!" So we were ...