Flamboyan Hutaulco

Address: Gardenia 508, La Crucecita, Huatulco, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gardenia 508, La Crucecita, Huatulco, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Huatulco

Taking it all in

A travel blog entry by kathmom on Dec 24, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... A very clean store with much of everything, although we didn't always understand the labels. (Even Wayne doesn't know what kind of dried fruit I got, but they are good.) Mayonnaise comes with a hint of lime, although it is subtle. We played it safe with sliced turkey lunchmeat and provolone (cheese is good here), Sun Chips and the Pake-Taxo snack mix, with some recognizable names like Doritos and Cheetos. Crujitos ...

Huatulco Day 6

A travel blog entry by thriftyis on Mar 02, 2013

1 comment

... than I could see if all of my efforts would pay off. We stopped off at Super Che, as we do most days, to pick up all of the necessary liquids; 10 L of water, Mexican Gatorade (beer) and some wine. It is actually a bit of a burden carrying that 10 L back to the hotel room. Especially with a taxi driver asking you if you need his services every 15 seconds. I think I am so programed to say no gracias that if I really needed one, I would decline out of sheer habit. Today we are ...

Sea Days off the Coast of Mexico

A travel blog entry by grandma.at.sea on Jan 24, 2013

... hero was obviously Frank Carson but he was good. Played Scrabble and I lost - what's new!!!
Friday 25 January
Another lovely morning. The sea is quite calm and we are moving quite fast. Did 6 circuits of the deck today and felt good about that - 2 miles! Saw some dolphins off our side of the ship. We had a good lunch in the Medina restaurant and then went to the RNLI auction which was entertaining. I ...

Altitude and Heavy Rucksacks

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Feb 15, 2012

5 photos

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The views were stunning. Neither words nor photos can do them justice. It is an extraordinary contrast to the climate in Oaxaca with its arid terrain stretching for miles. Here the lush green terrain, fed by mountain mist, springs eagerly off every conceivable surface. There are plenty of Cacti by the road side, but a lot less palm and banana leaf, heavily replaced by hardy flowers of all colours i.e. deep purples, mellow yellows and so on.

We have rented ...

Snorkelling and lounging about!

A travel blog entry by natstar on May 08, 2011

35 photos

... Huatulco is about 2 hours south of Puerto and completely different to Puerto. It's built up for a lot of tourists and the roads are so nice! no pot holes or home made topes (speed bumps) like in Puerto and lots of big resorts along the beaches. It's a stop for many of the cruise ships so a very different atmosphere than Puerto.

We went to some nice beaches, one in particular called San Agustin, it has a ...