Hotel Aqua Luna
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... among unsuspecting tourists and surfers. On site there was a pool, a restaurant, sitting areas with hammocks and fans, and a set of steps down to the beach. As soon as we were settled we packed a few things and made our way down the steps to the cove, already full with tourists.
After that we relaxed, grabbed beers at the restaurant/food stand we were laying near and enjoyed a beach day. It wasn't super sunny out which was probably a good thing. Eventually I made my ...
... accommodation as he is painting around the hostel. There is always a painter here and some of the art is incredible. Because the hostel is so close to the beach all of the local Mexican surf teachers come by our bar for beers after a long day in the sun. these guys know everything about surfing and Puerto Escondido in general. A few of the guys can't speak English which means I can once again get back to speaking a lot of spanish, Checko helped me find ...
... headed out to Zenzi (lol definitely a regular now!) and spent the whole afternoon there catching up on my blog and reading and reminiscing.... Had our lasts sunset drinks at Zenzi with the guys whilst they told me about their day in Tulum/Akumal. Back to the flat to shower and pack and then we went to the steakhouse for our ...
... merit some of which have been diminished by botched renovations about 30 years ago. There are also some minor tourist attractions but it is, for the most part, a working city, struggling and striving to make a living as an important hub for the highlands. We found a rambling hotel near the centre and spent a few days enjoying this unpretentious, colourful and lively place.
Huehue did solve one travel problem we had been struggling with in Mexico. One ...
... be, in fact it was the opposite, they were very inquisitive of us and came up close to check us out. We stuck together as a group near our tour guide who had a floating ring if anyone got tired. We swam over the reef area that was probably 5 - 10 meters deep, the coral and sea plants were not amazing but the amount of different tropical fish was blowing me out, you could actually reach out and touch them. Our guide would occasionally swim down to the sea ...