Punta Placer Bungalows
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Up at the crack of dawn and organised to hit the beach for some sun time. I gotta say so far under the facade of noise, haze, and chaos, getting around in Mexico has been ultra organised, clean, and generally quite pleasant. Interjet flight to Puerto escondido ( $80) was glam, i was only one of about 30 on the flight, had a couple of beers (free) …
... br> I didn’t actually know how far I’d walked until I finally reached the end and saw the sign back to Tuxla. Then it was a bit like shiiiiiit as the sun was beginning to set. The road was just a single road through the national park, leading back to the park entrance, so there was literally nowhere else to drive but still felt reluctant to hitchhike as it would be the first time since my attack. In the end though, I didn’t really have any ...
... as you showered the menace of sweat re-appeared without notice. This also had a big impact on hydration levels. It proved very difficult to keep up with the amount of fluid we lost in a day. Unfortunately this led me to a very painful experience. The day before we left the mountains in San Jose De La Pacifico, for reasons I still do not understand, my bowel had an identity crisis and evacuated as if it was the bladder. With an impending four hour journey ...
... few on the mountain side of the road. High marks went to Hotel Mexico Lind and we rolled our bicycles a few palapas up the beach, to it. The cold shower takes a bit of getting used to, but once you are in, it is refreshing. We sat on our second floor veranda and watched the waves roll in and reveled in this serene scene. .
Germans, French, and American visitors are here to bask in the warm sun ...
... a candle on our table. We played cards and Dave was able to beat me at a few more hands. Pure luck!
By 9:30, we were blissfully swinging comfortably in our hammocks and seconds from dozing off. That is when it happened. Our state of bliss came to an abrupt end.
Six machete wielding guys walked down the dirt path ...