El Tucan

Address: calle Puerto Angelito, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on calle Puerto Angelito, Puerto Escondido, is near Playa Zicatela, Playa Bacocho, Chacagua, and Playa Marinero.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

      Oacaxa city

      A travel blog entry by steve88 on Sep 20, 2014

      ... There's a bunch markets and I not sure if we went to all them but it felt like it. The second day we ventured out to one called zaahila which was fun, we caught a collectivo taxi there and shared the back seat with a lovely old lady, the 3 of us shared many smiles and laughs at the lack of communication between us but she loved us. From there I went and check out a big building thing called cuilapam which was alright. Not best thing but worth ...

      Oaxaca and Puerto Escondido

      A travel blog entry by allanamue on May 23, 2014

      53 photos

      ... Tower bridge hostel that we are staying at isn't bad, lots of fun people around and good vibes! On our first day here we all loaded straight onto the ute of the hostel owner and we went out of town for food and drinks, then another two stops until we played beach volleyball at Zicatela as we drank and watched the sun go down. Things got a bit wild back at the hostel bar soon after with spin the wheel and bottles of tequila. We met some Aussies on the street ...

      "Reductor de Velocidad"

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

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... into the horizon. The waves are just my style: not too big, not too small, nice long right-handers with a couple steep sections but not too fast to get away from me. Yesterday we surfed three times, for a grand total of nearly 7 hours in the water. Today I surfed with turtles and a puffer fish. I love it. The water is bright blue, the crowd factor is minimal, the town is quiet because its so out of the way. It's the perfect "Reductor de Velocidad" (speed bump). ...

      Rocking chacahua

      A travel blog entry by ditton on Aug 15, 2012

      ... wind turned and I headed out. I caught a few waves then just couldn’t get into the wave. For like 20 minutes I paddled into the sets, but as soon as I stood up the wind blew me back off. I struggled on and finally broke through. Satisfied and the arrival of the Aussies, I went back in, hung out with my new friends. I backed my things and was prepared to leave on the 1:00 boat, but sitting on the beach watching the waves get ...

      Blockade Busting, Pacific Power, Dolphins & Drugs

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 09, 2011

      40 photos

      ... and it was beautiful, but we went rushing back to the waves :-) On another day we walked for ages along our beach with ************e to see or greet, just blue skies, white sand, ocean and us, how lucky!

      - later came the daily “Super Che” visit, dinner preparation and a delicious meal in a social hostel, just wonderful. Like I said, how lucky are we?!

      Actually, the things that either or both of us say at least every day are, “Can you ...