Hotel Le P'tit Hotel

Address: Andador Soledad No. 379, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, 71980, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Andador Soledad No. 379, Puerto Escondido, is near La Crucecita, La Entrega, Tangolunda, and Chahue.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

Job sorted - life is good

A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Sep 13, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

So I nailed my little interview and scored myself a job at Vivo Escondido hostel. It's a brand new hostel with a cool bunch of people coming through each day. As there was too many people working I had to wait until Monday until I could officially help out but Ross the owner let me live in a dorm for free until go time. Monday night I moved into the workers dorm with Tess an Aussie from Perth and Ali from Italy. Zane is also working in the hostel but ...

Noche de los Rabonos, Night of the Radish Part 2

A travel blog entry by dlareau on Dec 23, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... used either naturally or colored. Of course these artisans have a lot more time. The radishes after all were harvested about the 18th and displayed five days later. In fact some the the artist were still carving as we walked by. The corn husks are something that they had much longer to prepare and it showed. The full mock up of the government building in the Zocalo was amazing, though it was missing the protesters who are always there.

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On the Way to Huehue

A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Dec 08, 2013

19 photos

... 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 ...

Sad leaving Guaymas...then feeling blessed.

A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Jan 25, 2013

4 comments, 31 photos

... sailing with us for the next 10-14 days down to La Paz, stopping off at bays and inlets to enjoy a swim (maybe) and some beachcombing, kayaking and hopefully a beach BBQ, if we manage to catch some fish! (sounds awful eh?) Windstrutter is looking lovely with her new varnish and paintwork, let's see how long that lasts! Just tried out the new kayak and nearly fell in! very unstable! who invented these? or maybe your not suppose to have a beer ...

Oaxaca part 2

A travel blog entry by mickandmegan on Jan 05, 2013

4 photos

4/1/13

Our intention was an early start however it was a more modest time of roughly 10am before we started the day.

Basically, this put us in a rush to try and grab a local bus up a mountain/local pyramid ruins known as "Monte Alban". It was a long, dry and hot day but I thought it was amazing! The Mayans were seriously talented architects/engineers, well ahead of their time!

We once again failed at ...