Las Hadas Resort and Club
Travel Blogs from Puerto Escondido
... little heads bobbing in the water. It had been an amazing spectacle seeing the turtles lay their eggs back in Costa Rica and this too was amazing, completing the process. The following day I headed down to the main beach in Puerto Escondido and lapped up the sun, whilst quaffing magaritas and fish tacos. After a chilled day at the beach, I headed back and had a siesta, ahead of what I correctly estimated as a big Saturday night. The Tower Bridge ...
... week it was 15..... Having a few lazy beach days which don't last long unless there's shade, it's very very hot! Visited a cove around the corner from here Playa Carizillio, where I had my first "surf" of the trip. I'm claiming it. Eating plenty of good fish tacos and slowly picking up in some useful Spanish (I remember the word for dog but not ten). Here until Saturday then we make our way up to New ...
... French restaurants. On this trip, just like the others I made friend from Mexico City and now Puebla.
When we got off the bus we headed to the only place I was familiar with, Hostel Shalom. To my dismay the Italian guy that used to run it was gone and the place had been roughed up by a hurricane a month before. A hostel is not the ideal place for a family, but as usual it served its purpose and in a little restaurant we met ...
... was going on by watching the instructor and I was right. It was all conducted in Spanish. However, once he realised I hadn’t a clue what he was talking about he did come and talk to me during the class to make sure I was okay. But he could see that I pretty much knew what I was doing. Today was very much an introduction about setting up the bike and the different positions you needed to use. Nonetheless as soon as we started applying resistance ...
Unless you are a real surf fan I have
no idea why you would stay in Escondido, rather than heading the
70kms further south to Mazunte or Zipolite where we have just come
from. The surf is supposed to be great but we were there out of surf
season, the beaches are long plains of white sand with rough seas.
It is a place however that the
obstinate and stubborn one amongst us (that will be the Duke ...
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