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... figure out was the gardener escorted us on the path and pointed out several types of tropical flowers. The flowers were pretty (and most had signs), but I think Dan was expecting more of a garden than I was. Not the big production of birds and butterflies, either, but it was close to the middle of the day.
We caught up to the rest of the group of ten by the stream and were greeted by Armand, the friendly owner. He proceeded ...
... up not using the facility. I honestly didn't have to go bad enough to put myself through that ordeal. The toilet paper was a single dispenser outside of the stalls, you had to collect your toilet paper before going into the stall...odd. Michael and I waddled to the van with our overdue food babies and departed to the second last location, Coyotepec, where they specialized in black clay pottery. Made famous by Doña Rosa, the impressive variety of clay creations offered ...
The title of thos was supposed to be, Huatulco - the town that arose, fully formed from the sea, but that was too long to fit. So, just the name will have todo. Huatulco has become a popular tourist destination, especially for Canadians, and you can see why. It is immaculately clean, there is no visible poverty, and everywhere you look, there are ...
Huatulco is a beautiful town on Mexico's Pacific coast, not far from the Guatemala border. Unlike "typical" Mexican coastal tourist towns, Huatulco is a quiet place. The marina has a few small bars and restaurants as well as a small handicraft market complete with "enthusiastic" vendors offering the best souvenirs at the best price. We were struck by how clean the town is. With about 60,000 residents, the city has a downtown area that is compact, but complete enough ...
... for breakfast. The hostel was lovely…..such a
surprise. The owner was friendly and Rachel and I enjoyed chatting with many
other fellow travellers. It made me wish that the hostel I had booked in Puerto
Escondido would be the same. Unfortunately it wasn’t since it had no communal
areas and so I never actually met anyone else staying there!
Nonetheless I had a really
enjoyable few days relaxing on the beach and witnessing ...