Mision de los Arcos
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... palm trees, bars on the beach, green all around, gentle warm waves lapping up on the shore, and aside from our cruise ship, not much evidence of excess tourism. A relatively hidden paradise.
First up today, a short tour, leaving the pier around 10am. It was a small group, divided again to give us just 7 people. We headed out in a mini-van, through the jungle, to a couple of scenic locations, equipped with binoculars ...
... recognize how happy they are. All ages of children working with their families in the shops at night after school. The children wearing their perfectly cleaned and pressed uniforms. Smiles on the kids faces as they dance to school and whistle on the way home (I didn't hear any of them whistle actually, but you get the idea). The adults are not standing there smiling all day all the time, but their happiness also seems evident in many ways. Their happiness is very ...
... here, we'd immediately booked a room. We were not disappointed.
We discovered that when we'd been there before, Anne had only just opened it up. Now it is a thriving business and the quality of service and the positioning is unblemished.
Alexandra was still recovering from the cough/cold she'd picked up in Acapulco, so we couldn't have chosen a better place for 100% relaxation.
The only bit of non-relaxation was when Alex realised that she'd left her Kindle ...
The views were stunning. Neither words nor photos can do them justice. It is an extraordinary contrast to the climate in Oaxaca with its arid terrain stretching for miles. Here the lush green terrain, fed by mountain mist, springs eagerly off every conceivable surface. There are plenty of Cacti by the road side, but a lot less palm and banana leaf, heavily replaced by hardy flowers of all colours i.e. deep purples, mellow yellows and so on.
We have rented ...
The seas have turned 'blue', the sun is shining and it's warm! Got to love it! We arrived in port about 9:40 am and by noon the temperature as 29C/82F. We are told they are enjoying a 'cold spell'! Huatulco is located on a part of the coast with nine bays with 'azure waters, fine white sand and unusual landscape'. It is composed of three distinct areas: Santa Cruz Huatulco is the resort area, Crucesita in the ...