Casamar Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... competition was good but waves were not ideal. With smaller waves the younger smaller surfers dominated with aerials and fast turns. Unfortunately the competition started at 6:30am so I most definitely didn't see every days competition. Saturday was the Miss Bikini Puerto Escondido competition. With a rowdy beach full of seedy Mexicans the atmosphere was good. 1 by 1 girls went up and strutted their stuff until one girl got on stage, Melanie a ...
... goes and goes out. Every wave is different. Every day the waves change. Some days the waves are big and fierce. Some days they are small and soft. Some days they are somewhere in between. I found peace in learning how to ride these waves. Because when I would fight the current it would drain me of energy, just as in life if I fight the moment I am in I will only find stress and discomfort. But, if I go with the current then the ride is easy and fluid. ...
... 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 ...
... your mind. I know it's not a reality but one can only dream right!! The following day we were really excited to hit the beach. I love the anticipation of seeing a new place in day light when you arrive at night time, you never really grasp a new destination until the sun is up. First stop an ocean wake up swim!! The beach was beautiful, but a fierce sea full of some seriously big waves didn't leave us in there for long. Next we hit up a ...
... sand on our feet again. We explored a couple of beaches in this area- one was the Kuta-like Playa Zicatela (cleaner and nicer than the Puerto Escondido main marina beach) where we sat on the beach on lounges under umbrellas, bought sombreros from beach vendors, ate average paella, and watched fantastic surfers and the ocean.
Our next stop will be the beautful South Mexican beach called Mazunte!