Posada Mexico Zipolite
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... see pics) with "barro" wall and wooden window frames.Roof is going to be reciprocal,meaning all beams are going to sustain themselves on each other's weight.And itīs gonna have an extra little floor for sleeping only,called "Tapanco".It will then be laid with "Sacate",dried long grass of the area or better,used to be very abundant in the area.Now things are changing here as well of course.But basically this is the kind of building people used to do ...
Our next stop on the Pacific coast was Zipolite, a town famous since the 60īs for being a nudest beach. We heard that the nakedness stayed in one corner of the beach, and that the town was worth a visit, so we booked a reservation at a beautiful hilltop bungalow. Our room was a lovely little home with a kitchen, ocean view, and lots of kitties to play with. Although the beach was long and beautiful, we found that the old naked men were hard to escape from, so we mainly stuck to ...
... We hadn't stayed somewhere for longer than 4 nights before this; albeit we were meant to move to Mazunte for 2 nights but we just didn't get he same feeling as Zipolite. There was a lot of sleeping, reading books, swaying in hammocks throwing the frisbee and sun baking. Although the beach wasn't as beautiful as Playa Carrizalillo, it was still amazing we were right on the beach with no cares in the world! We had a few bad days of weather but there was usually a ...
... album of the year lists and downloading them so I actually had something to listen to – naturally that took all the time rather than actually getting on with anything important or planning on how I could make it back to the sinkhole.
In the end I slept in past the only bus time, so took it easy in the morning, but became highly disgruntled at breakfast…
So, breakfast was your usual continental garbage, with some bread as crusty as a ...
... were very relaxed, a few beers and a bit of music which was often a struggle to hear over the constant roar of the waves and a good catch up with a friend. We bought some local fish, Mahi Mahi/Dorado, straight from the local fishermen and enjoyed the good life! All in all, being that close to the ocean with the beauty of the Oaxacan coastline in its full glory everywhere I looked was paradise. I feel very relaxed now and always planned on this bit of nothing ...