Hotel Paraiso Escondido
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... kitchen I found that every item of food had been stolen from my bags in the fridge and on the counter. I was then standing in the kitchen with everyone waiting for the final plate to come out and I had nothing. I then had no food to enter the pot luck and no food to have for dinner and an awkwardly empty plate. After a few slurs about how cheap I am I was granted access to the table without a plate note to self; a plastic bag with my name on it ...
I knew I'd made the right move, when the wave of heat hit me, as I walked down the stairs off the plane and on to the tarmac. Puerto Escondido is a seaside town, with beautiful beaches and a great climate. When I arrived to my hostel, I was welcomed by a chorus voices and was soon checked in and in my room. It was rustic, but with a hammock on the terrace outside and the inviting pool below, I was happy enough. Ominously an English guy lounging ...
... week it was 15..... Having a few lazy beach days which don't last long unless there's shade, it's very very hot! Visited a cove around the corner from here Playa Carizillio, where I had my first "surf" of the trip. I'm claiming it. Eating plenty of good fish tacos and slowly picking up in some useful Spanish (I remember the word for dog but not ten). Here until Saturday then we make our way up to New ...
Today was an awesome day despite the fact I had a pretty weak stomach from drinking too much pulque the day before. I guess because it is a fermenting drink, drinking too much probably exposed me to too many bugs. Luckily, I didn't have any emergencies during the long car rides. Phew!! We hooked up with Fernando again to see three places.
1) Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve;
2) Valle de Bravo; and
... and Craig also decided that it was time that I learnt how to play Sh*thead (apparently a popular backpackers card game). I have to admit I was terrible but it was made easier by the amount of wine I consumed.
After a little lie in, we decided to spend the day around the lap pool, most of which time I spent in the pool practising aqua aerobics and having walking races across the pool with Wayne and Craig. After a long ...