Hotel Santa Fe
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... to the water and watched him in with a few other lucky people. Kabalah is right on the beach and apparently they saw the baby's hatching and getting confused by the lights and heading up the beach instead of down which is why they needed help. I was happy to assist. Saturday I finally got a crew to go out fishing with. The 2 boys from back home (Tom and Lachy) and the crew from the hostel (Emil, Dor & Yoni) made our team and ...
... paddled the boat into a good position for the best views and photo opportunities. We don’t operate in the heat of midday, but do bring a sunhat.
As mentioned above, Mike thought of everything to make our experience a wonderful one. Each of us received a checklist of the 285 species of birds found in this area. We were encouraged to look for birds or animals and point them out using the hands of a clock ...
... We were very lucky, as sometimes only a handful hatch but there were around 150 baby turtles waiting for release and just the ten of us, plus a young family, there to do it. We washed our hands and were allowed to pick the turtles up for closer inspection. There were two types; leatherbacks, which were all black and very lively; and white-bellied turtles, which had white edges to their shells and were much more docile. There are many predadors which ...
... to say neither of us are eating Magnum ice cream for a long time. We were so bloody happy to make it to Puerto after 9 hours of hell.
Puerto was total bliss! We stayed in a really social hostel where we met some great legends from all over the world. Mary and I pretty much spent 5 days beach side- reading our books, swimming and taking naps under straw huts. We had a cracker time attempting some surfing and loved spending hours exploring the beautiful beaches. We both ...
Puerto Escondido is about an hour up the road from Mazunte. We reached it using a collectivo and 2nd class bus (local routes). It was slightly challenging waiting for the bus in the middle of nowhere with no idea of the bus schedule but as with most other challenging events there was nothing really to be concerned about. In fact it was a very pleasant and uneventful journey from one town to the next. The locals on the bus were as interested in me as a ...