Travel Blogs from Puerto 聲gel
... arrival in Pochutla, Linda mustered enough strength to head out to the local 'SuperMercado' to get provisions for our kitchenette apartment on the beach. Then on by taxi to Paola's little oceanside villa which hasn't changed much since our last visit. I wish I could say the same for Puerto Angel, but unfortunately the past few years haven't been kind to this small place. Other than the beachfront palapas, our favourite two restaurants are closed and town has a more run down, ...
... driving halfway on the winding road one day, spending a night at some cabins in the mountains, and driving the remaining three hours to the beach the next day. It worked like a charm (with a little help from Dramamine for our passengers most concerned about motion sickness). We spent a wonderful night near San Jose del Pacifico, a beautiful town perched atop a sharp mountain ridge. The road runs down the spine of the ridge and buildings ...
... Pacifico there was a shrine on the side of the road for the weary traveller and sleeping truck driver…we should not have been so dismissive of its message or opportunity to look for some spiritual insurance policy. Now I know self-reflection can be a very useful tool in personal development and it is never too late to redeem your soul and make peace with your maker but the ride was so rough I didn’t have the chance to put my hands together to request ...
Before the parentals left we managed to make the most of what Ventanilla has to offer by taking a tour of the mangrove with our very own private tour guide. As Mateo paddled us soundlessly through the silky waters we saw countless species of exotic birds, which he was able to name just by their call. Sadly that has to be left to the imagination for this entry. The mangrove trees are fascinating, one trunk has thousands and thousands of roots because ...
... minutes. The weather's perfect here though and this is like a little Mexican paradise as it's always sunny, sometimes windy and warm all the time. As a warning, watch out for the mosquitoes if you visit this beach. But it's worth a visit. Tourists are from all areas of the world and yes, people are nude here. This is a nude beach by the way, where it's even legal!
Welcome to the Sandy Beach of Cabana Heaven
Dozens of cabanas, collective hostels ...
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Apartado Postal 1, Puerto Ángel | Hotelfrom $18