Travel Blogs from Puerto 聲gel
... strawberries, and mango are regularly on our table these days), eggs, homemade banana bread, and freshly squeezed orange juice. Good coffee, tea, and Alice’s chai were nice treats as well. Then, feeling like the week had gone by in a flash, Leone, Vin, Leah, Micah, Zola, and I loaded up our car and began our drive to the beach. We bid farewell to Alice, Philip, and Jasmine, who spent another night at our house before they flew back to ...
... always the
interesting part of the trip.
All body parts compared and contrasted, and with the picture of the golden madonna firmly etched on their brains for future reference, we decided to
move on again 6k's up the road where allegedly there is a great
swimming and surfing beach.
PS there are no pictures of the golden madonna - sorry guys the camera wasn't with us
... left the mountains of San Jose Del Pacifico and headed for the seaside; not Butlins or Blackpool mind you but ‘hippy-ville’, Mazunte. We had aimed to arrive there for the new-year but we nipped over to Cuba instead. The word ‘nipped’ seems perfect although it meant something quite different in England for example, I would nip down the road to Tescos or the local coffee shop. Everything changes when you travel independently including ...
... to terrapins.
After mooring up and paddling a terrifying two metres to the shore, we met Lupe the spider monkey. Not surprisingly, I have never met a monkey before. I now wish I had a tail, very useful for swinging around and scratching those hard to reach places. He also walked just like a teenage boy trying too hard to be cool. Priceless. We were also introduced to a raccoon and two raccoon type animals which I can愒 remember the name of. We fed them the rest ...
... beaches all around. Even the beach had valet for our dinghy when we came ashore. The only bad thing about Z-town was that my Philadelphia Eagles lost in the first round of the playoffs, but I was just happy to see the game in Mexico. One of the best parts of our stay in Z-town was meeting our anchorage neighbor, Pamela, who quickly became a friend after spending two evenings swapping stories.
From Zihuatenejo, we set sail for another two-night voyage ...
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Other places to stay in Puerto 聲gel
Playa La Boquilla, Puerto Ángel | Hotelfrom $111
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- Perfect hide away
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Puerto Ángel | Hotelfrom $21
Apartado Postal 1, Puerto Ángel | Hotelfrom $18