Hotel Casa Blanca
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dresses up and goes trick or treating but it also more to celebrate those who have passed away. Here in Puerto there was not many traditional celebrations for the departed as it was more focused on party's and scary costumes. I was not disappointed in this discovery. Ross the owner however was a little disappointed as we got egged by some locals but ehhh I think we had a fairly large target on our backs with loud music and a lot of white people so fair game. November keeps ...
... to Mexican waiter if I am sweating up a storm and ask for a cafe something is wrong... Very very wrong I sent out another million emails and received some shocking responses asking me to work 8 hours a day for a dorm bed... (I told him his dreamin) but also received a few good ones. I have an interview/chat with an owner today for a job in a new hostel right near the beach which looks super cool. fingers are crossed. Wish me luck ...
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Nested in the central highlands of Mexico, San Cristobal is a Spanish colonial town 2,200m above sea level and has oodles of charm along its cobblestone streets. After a sleep we toured the cities great coffee shops and tapas bars before bartering at the local markets and heading back to our hotel for an afternoon kip.
We took a first class overnight bus into Oaxaca City. Despite the luxurious seats and leg room we had ...
... out some locals trying to surf the fairly choppy waves. The town had a nice, relaxed kind of feel. There were few people around and only a handful of bars and cafes anywhere near us.
The next day we slept in and had a quick breakfast of delicious Hawaiian tortas and enormous fresh juices and then caught a taxi to one of the nearby beaches, Carrizalillo. Man this was amazing! Such a picturesque little beach, tucked into ...
... s Dog (Sunset Point owner), so I'd spend my days playing with these 2 crazy dogs at the beach whilst watching the surfers....In the evenings Rex and his friend Anton who was over from Austria, would take a sunset walk over to Zicatela for diner and beers. I tended to hang out with these guys as the others I'd come with; the Aussie Surfers liked to get extremely drunk and go into Zigatela and partying, and to be honest I was really enjoying ...