Travel Blogs from San Blas
... glorious, pristine coastline on the other side. I can't count how many times we made a turn and my breath was taken away by the views.
The highway passes through many small fishing communities, agricultural communities, and then some of the huge Mexican vacation destinations like Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta. The country side of Mexico is very similar to the other countries we visited in Central America: outdoor kitchens, wood ...
... un "mal de ojo" i en realitat ens feia un favor espantant a jejenes.
Hem estat dormint a unes cabanyes de palapa just a la platja del poble. un cop veieu les fotos entendreu perque no volem marxar. A sobre em tingut la sort d'enganxar les festes del poble on hem pogut veure balls i mariachis tot el dia.
... November 20 was the bicentennial of the beginning of Mexico’s fight for independence, and the centennial of their revolution. Two weekends of parades, pageants, live music, dancing, fireworks, and merriment late into the night. One of my favorite things were the churros, they were mixed, deep fried, then dunked in cinnamon sugar right there on the corner, fresh, hot and delicious! There were a lot of kids in ...
... a snack. This is the first time it looked like something I wanted… we got a huge fruit cup for a dollar (watermelon, orange, jicama, cucumber, papaya, noni with lime and salt and cayenne pepper), it was the perfect thing for a hot afternoon.
We went directly to the ocean when we got to San Blas, a nice refresher after the hot drive. We ate at Stoners Surf Camp under a big palapa on the ...
... on calling out latitude and longitude as Dois steered east or west to keep on track. The wave formed just outside the breakwater and rolled from left to right toward us. It was about head high and formed a beautiful tube and right shoulder – and if I’d been on a surfboard, it would have looked great, but on Ashika it looked like we were gonna die.
My heart was in my mouth as I realized we were now rising on this very same wave. I saw ...
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