Hotel & Club Campestre Altos Paraiso
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... at Aussie run hostel El Lugar and met lots of friends to share our tequila with on Chris´s 30th birthday. We also found a local non-profit organization which protects turtle eggs from predators and we had the privilege of releasing some freshly hatched Olive Ridley babies into the ocean for the first time. It was such a special experience to be a part of, and definitely one of the highlights of our trip. ...
... only had to walk for ten minutes to reach it. It's called "Vivo Escondido" and has been open for one month now. This being said, I have to admit everything is pretty new and nice here, there is even a swimming pool. But there are also some things that don't work so well, like he fact that they sometimes just forget to make breakfast or that there is only one bathroom for all the hostel. We booked hammock beds as they cost only 2.6€ per night. The hammocks are on the rooftop ...
... in our home because our apartment is not ready for move in. We are staying in a hotel located one block from the U.S. Embassy in downtown Mexico City. We will be moving to Polanco, the very upscale neighborhood of Mexico City, in a few weeks if everything goes well. We cannot wait to move ...
... restaurant and went back to our room. Bobbie had got a bit too much sun over the last few days and combined with the heat in the room it made it pretty hard for her to get comfortable and sleep. The trials and tribulations of getting a good sun tan. Even myself who was like a vampire for the last few days and did my best to stay in shade and wear lots of sunscreen to avoid fading my tattoos, got a bit of color in my skin and felt the heat in the room that ...
... ruins of the Riviera Maya, then moved on to the green mountains of San Cristobal and the rich Chiapan culture, next we jumped into the heat and crowds of the city and the beautiful Oaxacan countryside, and then finished in the bustling metropolis of Mexico City. We haven't seen it all but we've seen enough for now and are ready to start our European travels. As Frida Kahlo said in her watermelon painting,
Viva La Vida!
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Tamaulipas S/N Brisas de Zicatela, Santa Maria Colotepec, Puerto Escondido | 3 star hotelfrom $58