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Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido
... of crowded markets and congested traffic; unremarkable but good fun nonetheless.
We stayed only three nights in Huehue so we haven't yet qualified for the T-shirt but we did make one observation. The city has a large number of competing religious groups. Not just the usual Catholic presence, but Pentecostals aplenty, Jehovah's Witnesses and some other relatively evangelical protestant sects. The only other foreigners we saw seemed to be in the ...
... and a bit more aggressive. The first interaction I had was with a giant drunk Mexican that got right up in my face babbling, and then he realized I spoke Spanish and he was replaced by another guy. The first thing outta this guy’s mouth was that he was mafia, I said the mafia doesn’t announce themselves and the subject was changed. I was summing up the situation from a confrontational point of view when Victor says, "looks ...
... the idea as, if we got through, and it really was a big “IF”, we would still have to find another bus to go on to Puerto Escondido, a long way off from where we were. I figured that the bus company would sort something out for us one way or another.
A Brilliant, Brave, Blockade Busting Bus Bloke came to our rescue... his bus was parked next to ours overnight so we all moved our luggage and ourselves across to his bus and off we set, in convoy with two ...
... 00. So
must have charged us for overnight .
Lots of fruit stands . To hot to stay and enjoy. Might come back someday. They say its good surfing.
Since we are not surfers , there are other places to draw us.
So we headed out for Oaxaca
Rio Grande to Puerto Escondido...50.44km
Trip alt 438 m
Avg climb 2%
Max climb 8%
Talking about noise pollution. Till late at night and starting early, I'm talking 5 am in the morning, if it isn't church-bells then it is some motorcycle, horse-drawn cart or car with speakers on top announcing who knows what.
I have a theory ...