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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido
... 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 ...
... Somehow I managed to find a second wind and stay up late. Everyone is so friendly with the most interesting stories. Today I went onto the market and bought some groceries, and then went out for dinner with a couple of the guys here down in Puerto. It's so relaxing I can begin to explain. Best decision ever to come ...
Wow it's a whole year and we still have
three kids – it's a miracle. After 32 400km's, 106 blogs and 80
odd different places we didn't manage to lose any (tempting at times
believe me) and it actually seems longer than that – is that good
As it's a year we decided on a high class car park at the
back of a restaurant on the beach of San Augustanillo to do a bit of
reminiscing with the boys. A ...
... swimming so sat and chatted with Annie for a while. He told her how terrible the tourist economy has become; in past seasons he would be certain of a good, steady tourist trade and a healthy income. Now he has to watch every Peso he spends as each day is quieter and slower than the previous. We had chatted about it ourselves; hardly any of the loungers along the beach were occupied and, when we went to sit in them, we were greeted by people happy to have any business at all. As ...
Rio Grande to Puerto Escondido...50.44km
Trip alt 438 m
Avg climb 2%
Max climb 8%
Talking about noise pollution. Till late at night and starting early, I'm talking 5 am in the morning, if it isn't church-bells then it is some motorcycle, horse-drawn cart or car with speakers on top announcing who knows what.
I have a theory ...