Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido
... that was a mistake…..but I will come to that later! At some point during the afternoon people began to drift back to the beach and some went off to explore the town. Meantime the organisers were busy erecting a gazebo and setting up the DJ for the evening party. They also came back armed with accessories in the colours of Mexico (Green, white and red). We painted the colours on our cheeks and some people had sombreros and false moustaches. We also had glow ...
... but was headed off by a second dog I had not seen before closely followed by the first dog that ****** again as it ran by the table nearly upsetting my cornflakes in the process. The owner came back chastising the ******* dog and wondering where the second dog had come from whilst apologising once again for the disrupted breakfast and trying to hang onto the ******* dog. I didn’t really hear the apologies because the ******* dog, in all its excitement, ...
... we had just enough time to speak to Julie, a girl from Argentina who basically runs the hostel, and grab some lunch/dinner before night was apon us. We Spent the night getting to know our hostel buddies. There werent too many of us, but nonetheless we had a good time. We met Ramona for the first time. An aussie girl who has no spent the last few years living in London, but is also a burner, so we have a great deal in common and lots to talk about. There are 3 more ...
... and tried to absorb where I was, the coastline of Puerto Escondido (hidden port) is beautiful and the main street at ZIcatela is a bustling hub of kinda cheesy tourist attractions. Where we are staying is La Punta, which is up on the hill overlooking the ocean and has the most magical sunsets I have ever seen.
After throwing my disheveled self into the pool we ventured off to the 'Mercado' to load up on fresh produce ...
... hundred meters, waiting for the torch to be passed as they made their demonstration run for a virgin.
Juquila clings to the high mounting ridge and is the first sizable (pop 134,000) town we have seen since leaving Oaxaca. Michelle checked out three hotels and picked the simple and clean Hotel Tierra Sagrada. After Dave's stomach settled down, we went in search of lunch. Michelle tried ...
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