Casamar Suites Hotel
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... bikini competitions and a lot of others so with this all in mind I think il stick around here for afew more weeks then get a move on somewhere else. Thursday night was another standard night at kabalah (the main club) until a few people came up to us and offered us to release baby turtles. Most turned the offer down thinking it was some scam but after the guy threw the fresh 5 minute old baby into my hand I played with him all the ...
... hot coffee when were boarded the boat at 7:30 a.m. What a treat! We were told that we should think of using the restrooms at the dock before heading out as our next opportunity to use them would be in 2 hours time at a beach restaurant.
Besides knowing a lot about the birds and wildlife in the area, Michael was a great storyteller so kept us entertained with his stories.
The motorboats were ...
... asked if I was ready to party, I knew when I booked that I'd picked a party hostel, but at that point I was very glad I'd chosen to have my own room and I was intrigued as to what the weekend would hold. I'd also noticed on arrival a baby turtle release trip that evening and signed up right away. I spent the rest of the day lounging around the hostel, having not felt too well for the last 24 hours. 5pm soon rolled around and it was turtle time. When ...
... one more bus to go however!
Whilst only 260km from Oaxaca City, it takes 8 hours to get to Puerto Escondido due to the windy roads. All accounts of this bus ride recommended motion sickness tablets so rest assured we were prepared and knocked ourselves out.
Landing in Puerto Escondido we were picked up by our friendly Canadian host and shown our fantastic apartment overlooking the beach that would be home for the next 5 nights.
Can't wait to hit the surf!
... for much of her life and as you could imagine was dreading the trip. I shouldn’t have scoffed when she suggested bringing newspaper to sit on. I fogged this off as an old wives tail however for our next trip we’ll be trying anything to stop the vomiting.
We packed our bags and jumped into a 10-seater van responsible for navigating us through the mountains. We made good friends with a Columbian guy, David, who proved handy when communicating the Spanish ...