Suites La Hacienda
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in our water crossing with ease. 10 minutes later we realised that the first crossing was just a new river from the rain and the real crossing was raging in front of us. We powered though cheering whilst chugging beers until we stopped mid river and water started coming in the doors. We all striped down and climbed out the windows to push the car eventually getting it out and cheering like crazy !! I did unfortunately lose ...
... which got a little out of hand, and wheel that should never have been spun, but got spun numerous times throughout the night. I need not say more than it was a crazy night and full of memories and lack of memories. The other times of Puerto were made up of beach days; embracing the sun, eating fish by the water and sleeping under the palm trees! There were the days we went to the 'Bodaga' markets near our hostel to find a new frisbee, but ended up eating at a food stall where we ...
... this major highway.
Drivers need to be wary; as there are lot's of speed bumps, potholes, cyclists, dogs, cats and livestock!
Met up with the gang at their oceanside, clifftop villa, complete with 4 separate suites on three terraces, plus a beautiful tiled pool overlooking gardens and ther ocean. Very deluxe! On our arrival our hosts had cake and ...
... one more bus to go however!
Whilst only 260km from Oaxaca City, it takes 8 hours to get to Puerto Escondido due to the windy roads. All accounts of this bus ride recommended motion sickness tablets so rest assured we were prepared and knocked ourselves out.
Landing in Puerto Escondido we were picked up by our friendly Canadian host and shown our fantastic apartment overlooking the beach that would be home for the next 5 nights.
Can't wait to hit the surf!
... The pipeline hosts major surf competitions but it wasn't super pumping today (3 to 6ft) so I decided to rent a body board and try my luck. I caught a couple of smaller waves and was feeling pretty confident, so I decided to jump on a six footer. Big mistake! I got dropped about 4ft onto the flat and somehow managed not to dig the nose in. I rode it out but only just! Probably the most powerful wave I've ever ridden! I had a ...