Hotel Surf Olas Altas

Address: Av Del Moro No 310 Col Marinero, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, 71980, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Av Del Moro No 310 Col Marinero, Puerto Escondido.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

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      Hola. This is my last blog entry from Mexico, for now. It's been a solid 4 months and many things have happened, good and bad. I can take a lot of things away from my time in Mexico. I like travelling solo but want a good mate from time to time. People change and as much as you try to be a different traveler, in reality your just like everyone else and I should embrace that. Greeting people with a smile and hello goes a long way and being friendly to ...

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      ... as we had to swap lines. Our bus tickets were $530 peso, approx $40-45 for the 5 hour bus trip. We stopped for a feed before we got on the bus, I had to order subway in Spanish, I had some help at the beginning then managed to pronounce Lechuga, Jitatomate, pepinos and mayonesa and it tasted even better because I got to speak some Spanish. Throughout our travels through Mexico City I never felt unsafe, I was surprised with the standard of infrastructure and making ...

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      A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 12, 2013

      We could stay in our hotel room until 1pm but our bus to Tuxtla Gutierrez didn't leave the station until 6.30pm so we had a long wait. We got up, packed our bags and had our breakfast in the restaurant, which again was free and delicious, then hung out in the room until 1pm. Once we checked out we left our bags at the reception and walked around Zicatela beach strip, I brought a new lip ring after I lost the ...

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      A travel blog entry by ditton on Aug 15, 2012

      ... at a dock where there is another truck waiting to ferry people and supplies to the little town.

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      ... turned off and not a word said by the driver or any passengers. Not sure what to think now and, as our Spinglish does not stretch to this level of conversation, we just followed the lead of our fellow passengers and went to sleep :-)

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