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Travel Blogs from Huatulco
... as well. The room is very tiny. It is sufficient in size, but you wouldn't want to hang out there much. Which is just fine with us. Today we went out for a run which was more like a walk as Margaret wasn't feeling great and it was very warm this morning so that would not have helped her. We went to Chahue Bay and looked at the water for a bit. I will not be swimming (drowning) in ...
... sunsets. I
have decided that this is actually my favourite place in Mexico, so far. It has
all the things I love about a seaside town without surrendering to massive commercialism.
It still has the feel of a small fishing village. There are no big chains, like
McDonalds or Subway and the vendors do not charge exorbitant prices just
because you are a tourist. I know it was the place where my handbag was stolen
last time, but that was down to my ...
... the shopping was the best here.
After wandering around sightseeing in the main town, we decided to stop off in one of the restaurants for one of their famous cups of hot chocolate. It was slightly bitter but delicious all the same and thoroughly recommended - definitely with the cream on top!
On our final evening , we headed back into town for a meal in the main square and we hoped to catch ...
... that obnoxious song playing over and over. They have that here, but they also have unique noises for every other passing truck. There is a unique song for the gasoline truck, another for water, and sharp, high-pitched whistling of the men who sharpen your knives. It’s so much different than what we’re accustomed to in the States, and it has been a bit of a transition for me (and many other gringos).
At night, there ...
... We headed up again, this time through the red and orange Sierra del Norte mountians. The rock-faces lining the road where covered in a think mesh wire, the kind used for fences. I can assume that the intent is to keep rocks from falling on to the road, but the wire looked feeble and silly, trying to contain a giant monster if it decided to move. The landscape was harsh beauty, with little signs of life expect for the plentiful Sanguaro cati, jutting up green ...