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- Outdoor pool
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After a 8h minibus ride throught the mountains, with a right or left turn every third second, finally we were in the HUMID city!
After being in the mountains for a couple of weeks we were now in a beach town. The high season were just over. It was hot. About 32 degrees all the time. AND IT WAS HUMID!! It felt like being in a sauna ALL THE TIME. One second ...
We left Puerto Escondido on a 12 hour over night bus heading for San Cristobal De La Casas. The city is situated at 2000m in the region of Chiapas so we were looking forward to a slight drop in temperatures at this colonial city. We arrived at the hostel extremely early but we were welcomed in with open arms giving us time to freshen up (have an early siesta) before heading out to explore the city. The hostel was ran by volunteers were doing a similar thing to ...
... auper small town. Famous for mushrooms. We've just woken up and am getting ready to head to Oaxaca which we are excited bout. Lots of culture there. Will check back in in few day. Oh met some cool people last few days of Puerto, girl named Julia from Germany who might meet us in Antigua in few weeks. Happy days.also booked my ticket home. Sill got few more months but. Time to enjoy xx Cheers, ...
... 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 ...
... powerful ceiling fan; it was needed. The room heated up like an oven but this town was bloody hot. And to top it all the bloody mossies from Mazunte decided to have a holiday in Puerto Escondido – such is life! More mossie spray needed that’s all.
The main reason for our trip to Puerto Escondido was for the Mexican Pipeline. Nah, nothing industrial but a big surf where all the surfing dudes from all over the world flock for a big ...