Flamboyan Hutaulco

Address: Gardenia 508, La Crucecita, Huatulco, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

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

We're getting warmer...

A travel blog entry by kathmom on Dec 23, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... blonde man came walking over. Hallelujah, it was Wayne! He apologized and said he had been waiting at the older terminal for us. He even had friends in food service at the airport, but no one had mentioned that Interjet was going to start flying into the new terminal the very next day. Looking back on Mexico after a few days, this was not surprising.
Wayne loaded us into his big king cab truck and announced we would have the place to ourselves. ...

Nutjobs & Margarine Wankers

A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 21, 2013

326 photos

... br> I didn’t actually know how far I’d walked until I finally reached the end and saw the sign back to Tuxla. Then it was a bit like shiiiiiit as the sun was beginning to set. The road was just a single road through the national park, leading back to the park entrance, so there was literally nowhere else to drive but still felt reluctant to hitchhike as it would be the first time since my attack. In the end though, I didn’t really have any ...

Huatulco

A travel blog entry by carolsegal on May 11, 2013

... its Eco friendliness. Our guide went out of his way, over and over, to tell us about the water reclamation, and how Huatulco had world wide standing as a leader in ecological management. I don't know, maybe I am too cynical - ok, I AM too cynical - but there was an air of 'the lady doth protest too much' about his presentation. Oh, never mind! We saw ...

Huatulco

A travel blog entry by kerriejohnstone on Feb 22, 2013

46 photos

... shacks and basic accomodation. When we got to Ventanilla in the afternoon to watch the sunset we met a group of turtle conservationists who walk 15km up the beach every night searching for turtle nests. They collect the eggs and care for them until they hatch. Then they release the baby turtles back into the wild. You all probably know a bit about turtles anyway, but, out of a batch of 60 baby turtles only 2 will survive ...

Altitude and Heavy Rucksacks

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Feb 15, 2012

5 photos

... I could understand the emotions behind vertigo as the darkness just tried to draw me in. I had to be very careful not to step off the veranda into the big drop beyond. It is a very scary thing looking into your own shadow whilst standing on the edge of a precipice. For anyone who has done this, and I know a few who have, you have my everlasting empathy. Carl Jung once wrote about the human shadow (this is psycho-babble 'shadow' stuff not the Peter Pan shadow variety) ...