Hotel Vicky

Address: Entrada a Playa Marinero S/N , Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Entrada a Playa Marinero S/N , Puerto Escondido, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

Oacaxa city

A travel blog entry by steve88 on Sep 20, 2014

Hola. So meg came up with a good idea, for each city we visit or place you write down 6 words that describe that city or your take on it. So for Oaxaca I have: beautiful, markets, elderly, accessible, touristy, food. We spent 2 nights and 3 days. The hostel we stayed at is called hostel pochon and it was a nice little place close enough to the city centre to walk but also far enough to be quiet and relaxing. We didn't get super touristy but saw ...

Oaxaca and Puerto Escondido

A travel blog entry by allanamue on May 23, 2014

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... fashioned way. We saw a man plowing the paddock with an old wooden single plow, pulled along by two donkeys, one row at a time. Their fencing was all done by hand with wooden branches as posts. The men looked as though they'd been worked hard with their leathered skin in the harsh sun. Today I had a full conversation with a taxi driver in Spanish. It was pretty funny, I didn't understand any of his answers but I remember every word I said. Now, each day I have a ...

Day 59 - Travel days suck

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 12, 2013

... bus and headed off. For the first few hours we watched a few episodes of Trueblood, then from about 10pm tried to sleep. It's really hard to sleep on buses, especially with how windy and bumpy the roads are. We both only slept a few hours each. I'd woken up at about 4.30am and was dozing for a while when I noticed we entered Tuxtla Gutierrez, we got to the station, tired and weary at 5.30 am and got off the ...

"Reductor de Velocidad"

A travel blog entry by pete-n-roz on Nov 09, 2012

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... deserted, with the words "Delegacion de Migracion" on the front. Here we paid our "exit fee" of a few dollars and received our departure stamps for Guatemala. Half an hour down the road we were ushered onto a 15-ft long oversized motorized canoe for the forty-minute mission upstream. A taxi met us on the other side and took us, surfboards hanging precariously out the back of the trunk, to a similarly out of place little rundown shack for entry ...

Rocking chacahua

A travel blog entry by ditton on Aug 15, 2012

... were getting smaller, so I guess they got what they deserved. When I came back in the guy that helped me find my wallet was there and I made good on my offer buy him some beers. He told me he was going to start a beach fire later that night. I was pondering the menu when Simon suggested we split a whole fish for dinner. I suggest you don’t share with French kids, they eat fast and he got the lions share.

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