Hotel Suites la Siesta
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... night of accommodation. Oops. The place was packed and the next morning we felt like Mary and Joseph walking round the inns only to be turned away. We eventually got the last 2 hostel beds in town and could start enjoying ourselves! The festival was great - we watched free films (pretty much our most energetic activity), watched people compete in the surf competition, layed on the beach and accidently got so drunk we were sick on the ...
... April 7 started with a run on the beach for Carol, Stefan and Ather and a swim for Liz. After breakfast we set out for Sayulita just up the coast with beaches that are known for great waves, making it a surfer's paradise. Loads of great local colour to take in and yummy cocos helados and ceviche from roadside ...
... and now it actually felt like a decent hostel again. So much of travelling can be about who you meet as opposed to where you go!
We just spent the night walking round with a few (more) beers but things were generally pretty quiet around the town so just chilled out and chatted, then the next day I wanted to get out of the cheesy cruise ship type place, so went to the more backpacker friendly surf town of Sayulita about an hour away.
Thought about doing ...
... with a few hammocks, and a small, overly used and definitely uninviting kitchen area. The only intriguing factor for me were the magically sized tropical trees, the green grass and loosely pulled laundry lines.
One of our roommates, the stoner from Cali, had way too many useless things to say in her mellow tone, which put me to sleep first as usual, then Alina.
After our partially sleepful night, thanks to Alina's lower ...