Bungalows Villa Marinero

Carretera Costera S/n, Colonia Marinero, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, 71980, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Carretera Costera S/n, Colonia Marinero, Puerto Escondido, is near Playa Zicatela, Laguna de Manialtepec, Playa Bacocho, and Playa Principal.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

Glue

A travel blog entry by steve88 on Jul 25, 2014

... for a push bike. Keep me fit and cheaper, less can go wrong. Be sweaty as hell but ahh little sweats good for ya. I've been hanging out with some local guys here in la punta for last few days, they've been teaching me little Spanish and me them english. Good trade off. Their names are Omar and Misa. Good guys. I think when I leave fleas is gonna miss me. I've been feeding him and every time I surf the point he follows me all the way there. Such a good dog. ...

Oaxaca and Puerto Escondido

A travel blog entry by allanamue on May 23, 2014

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... around was smooth and easy. Although you hear of their bad reputation, I believe it's come along way. We were told of the pick pocketing and robbery that was terrible about 6 years ago through the subway system, now they have many security cameras and a large number of police everywhere you go. Loved every minute in Mexico City! We arrived in Oaxaca and found out hostel, such a beautiful, serene hostel with some English speaking staff. They put all 7 of ya in ...

Day 59 - Travel days suck

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 12, 2013

... considering we had an 11 hour night bus ride ahead of us. By 3.30 we were over it and decided to head to the bus station. We went back to the hotel to get our bags and a cab, when I asked the receptionist dude to call a cab he informed us that its a taxi holiday and none of them are working. We had noticed cabs getting about with decorations all over them and wondered what was going on. He came down to the ...

"Reductor de Velocidad"

A travel blog entry by pete-n-roz on Nov 09, 2012

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... deserted, with the words "Delegacion de Migracion" on the front. Here we paid our "exit fee" of a few dollars and received our departure stamps for Guatemala. Half an hour down the road we were ushered onto a 15-ft long oversized motorized canoe for the forty-minute mission upstream. A taxi met us on the other side and took us, surfboards hanging precariously out the back of the trunk, to a similarly out of place little rundown shack for entry ...

My first week away

A travel blog entry by kelleeward21 on Jul 26, 2012

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... over therefor drinks on here balcony, it's just amazing. I've been into Zicatella Beach a few times now for lunch and dinner. It's the more touristy area and haste biggest surf break. Seriously the waves are enormous of this beach. I'm not completely at one with all the surf jargon, but the are hug big dumpy waves that break right on the beach and almost knock you off your feet when you are knee ...

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