Bungalows Zicatela

Address: Calle del Moro S/N, Col. Marinero, Puerto Escondido, Pacific Coast, 71980, Mexico | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on Calle del Moro S/N, Col. Marinero, Puerto Escondido, is near Playa Zicatela, Laguna de Manialtepec, Playa Bacocho, and Playa Principal.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido

      Roof Diving

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Oct 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... and had a couple of bevs together. Us Melbournites really do get around. For some unknown reason i was pulled in for painting duties again... I don't know why everyone thinks that just because I'm farmer stew I can also paint ? Anyway I painted the bathroom white and did a bloody good job "toot toot" but then my mouth started running and I told everyone I could paint something good if I wanted. This was a bad idea as boss Ross ...

      Job sorted - life is good

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... accommodation as he is painting around the hostel. There is always a painter here and some of the art is incredible. Because the hostel is so close to the beach all of the local Mexican surf teachers come by our bar for beers after a long day in the sun. these guys know everything about surfing and Puerto Escondido in general. A few of the guys can't speak English which means I can once again get back to speaking a lot of spanish, Checko helped me find ...

      On the Way to Huehue

      A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Dec 08, 2013

      19 photos

      ... merit some of which have been diminished by botched renovations about 30 years ago. There are also some minor tourist attractions but it is, for the most part, a working city, struggling and striving to make a living as an important hub for the highlands. We found a rambling hotel near the centre and spent a few days enjoying this unpretentious, colourful and lively place.

      Huehue did solve one travel problem we had been struggling with in Mexico. One ...

      Sad leaving Guaymas...then feeling blessed.

      A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Jan 25, 2013

      4 comments, 31 photos

      ... dolphins at play in the dawn light. Blessed are we that experience these natural wonders and despair all that we take for granted and the destruction we do.
      Tony has now sold our camper. Yes, the beast has gone and farewell to another thing less to clean! But we had some fun too last year in Kino Bay and Playa de Cortes.
      Leaving Guaymas was a mixed bag ,saying goodbye to old friends and new. We actually had two weeks of freezing ...

      Rocking chacahua

      A travel blog entry by ditton on Aug 15, 2012

      ... is art. It artful soul is in the natives and the people that go there to find inspiration or collaboration. For me it is a great place to chill out on the beach in the morning, siesta when it’s hot and party and meet people from all over Mexico and the world. In the week we stayed there I only met 2 other Americans. Most tourists are from Mexico. Most others are French and Italian. This is apparent from the abundance of ...