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Postcard – Boats by the Beach at Puerto Escondido

Boats by the Beach in Puerto Escondido

Boats by the Beach in Puerto Escondido

Last few weeks before Christmas are always insanely busy. There is the company Christmas party and all the other pre-holiday drinking get-togethers; it’s busy at work and after work you’re desperately searching for those perfect Christmas gifts all the while trying to get all your things in order before the holidays and the years end!

And all this is not helped by the fact that it’s freezing cold (has been for the last few weeks in London).

So to be honest, I’d rather be somewhere warm and relaxing right now, like a beach.

And the place that came to my mind was Puerto Escondido in Mexico. The first beach I went to on my last years RTW. I got stuck there for to two weeks. Just lying on the beach, swimming, learning to surf, eating pescadillas and drinking cold XX (Pronounced Dos Equis). Just pure relaxation.

I wish I was there right now.

Where do you wish you were right now?

8 Comments

  1. I love Puerto Escondido! We take an annual trip with friends to Baja and this is where we go for lobster. Yum.
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    • Puerto Escondido is awesome; I really need to visit Baja sometime!

  2. Wow, I could surf and eat and lay out all day! Sounds amazing!!
    Tiana Kai recently posted..Skiing & boarding the Italian AlpsMy Profile

    • It is really nice for surfing and laying on the beach with a cold beer! :)

  3. Friends of mine are keen on Puerto Escondido. I’m a big fan of Tulum, myself. it’s definitely worth checking out if you haven’t been there.

    • I haven’t been to Tulum yet, but I’d like to visit, I heard it’s nice. Puerto Escondido is really nice!

  4. Hey, did you surf Zicatela?? Man, I was there a few years ago and the waves were 5 to 6 meters!
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    • No didn’t surf in Zicatela, I was just learning to surf in Puerto Escondido, and I think 5 meter waves would’ve killed me :)