Taboga: Eco Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Monte Gordo
Trevezani stayed here on Apr 6, 2013 during their trip titled: Apizaco / Costa Esmeralda.
... an English language book in Tecolutla was practically nil. I could watch television without understanding it--that sounded like fun. Meander around town in the heat? Exercise?
I’d been in training for an eighty mile backpacking trip later in the summer, and had hurt my knees in late May. After a month of inactivity, they were finally feeling OK again. I wanted to exercise, but every time I considered running or jumping jacks or mountain climbers in ...
... That freedom has some consequences. Dogs get to interact with each other, which we all know they love to do, but sometimes these can be violent encounters. People intervene only when it looks like someone will get hurt. And the dogs **** wherever they want to and no one picks it up. I saw one dog take a watery dump on the beach and then cover it with sand. People are walking around barefoot out there. Stepping in the wrong spot could be an unpleasant, ...
... vulnerable to beetle infestations. A reforesting effort was underway--we saw many newly planted palms in the fields we passed. The trees we were to plant today were not palms but were part of an effort to prevent erosion and provide habitat for the many species of animal and bird that lived in the area.
More than anything, I wanted to be helpful. When Daniel and Carlos started planting the larger trees I joined them. Daniel used a post hole digger to carve out holes ...
... head for the water. Those under the care of Papá Tortuga (Fernando’s nickname) get some extra help with that step.
Fernando started out by saving one nest in 1974. Now he releases tens of thousands of turtles each year. For more information in English, visit the Tecolutla Turtle Preservation Project’s website at saveloraturtles.org. For Fernando’s website in Spanish, visit ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
A pousada é muito tranquila. O bar encerra tarde e tem a opção de fazer fogueira na praia. Além disso, é possível fazer aulas de kitesurf.
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