La Caba鎙 De Puerto Angel
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Walking home from school yesterday, Micah said to me, "Dad, in Oaxaca, I think Spring is like Summer, Summer is like Fall, Fall is like Winter, and Winter is like Spring." It is April, and it is HOT and dry. Today's forecast is for a high of 97, with a 0% chance of precipitation. In June, things will cool off with the return of rain. Daily showers will continue through September. The coolest months of the year will be October to January. February ...
... into the same people on the trail!
I was hammered on mescal and beer and called it by 2am, great night.
Day two of Mazunte was really hot so we kept it low key.
We had a bit of a walk to neighboring headlands and then came back to our beach to grab some beers and hike back up the headland to catch the full sunset.
Ari and Dave had the same idea and had two Swiss girls with them and we sat and enjoyed the sunset, ...
... my obituary…damn (don’t mention damn with Lucifer around, It might encourage him too much). I meant to say blog not obituary; it’s all the excitement of the journey you see!
Whilst we are on the subject of vomiting and the over stimulation of my alimentary canal I did have time to notice, in between the sways of the minibus, small little wooden shacks the size of porta-loos, randomly perched on the grass verge overlooking and often ...
... 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 ...
... water, to all the basic supplies. Be warned, there's no ATMs or banks on Zipolite Beach. You'll have to go to the nearest boat town called Puerto Angel to get money out. The colectivos are cheap and will be about $5 pesos.
A Naked Tourist Trap
People walk around naked here and I guess it's the place to go because it's the only nude beach in Mexico. It's illegal in any other beach towns around the area. There will be signs on other beach ...