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1/17/2019 14:23 EST

Headed down to Huatulco the end of the month for 4 days. Staying in a hostel.
I like exploring my surroundings at a slow speed.
Why should I be excited about visiting Huatulco? Good question. Tell me.....


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1/17/2019 15:32 EST

Hmm - that is a tough one. We have never stayed in a hostel, but we did once spend a night in a B&B in Ashville, NC :-) (just to help set our mindset).

We have been to Huatulco maybe 3 or 4 times at least 10 years ago. In fact it was so long ago that there used to be a direct flight from Miami and we used to take long weekends to sit on the beach drinking margaritas and unwinding.

One trip we went diving - so so. Another trip we went fishing in a small panga style lancha - so so.

To be honest the thing I most remember about Huatulco was a time we stayed someplace we had never been before - over a weekend - and there were bus loads of young students staying at the same hotel. That was not a very relaxing trip.

Huatulco wasn't the kind of place where you go for long walks and such. I have had perhaps 3 cigars in my life but one was a Cuban cigar I purchased in Huatulco and smoked in a recliner on the beach at sunset....

Have fun !

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1/17/2019 17:18 EST

Perhaps there is a decent bus you can ride up the coast to Puerto Escondido for a day outing. (Just a thought).

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