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A little about Playa Zipolite, The Beach of the Dead . . .

Playa Zipolite, Oaxaca, Southern Mexico, on the Pacific Ocean. A little bit about my favorite little get-away on this small world of ours.

Zipolite, a sweaty 30-minute walk west from Puerto Angel, brings you to Playa Zipolite and another world. The feeling here is 1970's - Led Zep, Marley, and scruffy gringos.

A long, long time ago, Zipolite beach was usually visited by the Zapotecans...who made it a magical place. They came to visit Zipolite to meditate, or just to rest.

Recently, this beach has begun to receive day-trippers from Puerto Angel and Puerto Escondido, giving it a more TOURISTY feel than before.

Most people come here for the novelty of the nude beach, yoga, turtles, seafood, surf, meditation, vegetarians, discos, party, to get burnt by the sun, or to see how long they can stretch their skinny budget.

I post WWW Oaxaca, Mexico, Zipolite and areas nearby information. Also general budget, backpacker, surfer, off the beaten path, Mexico and beyond, information.

REMEMBER: Everyone is welcome at Zipolite.

ivan

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

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Zipolite is a small town in the Pacific Coast in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, located 3 km from the town of Puerto Angel and incorporated to the municipality of San Pedro Pochutla. It is located 230 kilometers from the city of Oaxaca City, capital of the state
Acquired the name of population in 1970, because until then only resided in the area some families scattered throughout the area. It's the most famous nude beach of Mexico. Has a population of approximately 1000 people, even if this figure is higher due to tourism both internally and externally.
Zipolite is spread over several colony that are mangoes, lover's beach, sea view, Col. Center, Las Palmas and white rock in this last reside most of the foreign tourists. This area is full of services for the tourist and set for young people.
The other colonies also have services for tourists but mostly it is inhabited by people of the community.
Within the community there are two points of contact between the residents and visitors and are the cobbled street in the colony rocablanca that this always in constant movement with its restaurants, shops and inns. But the park in zipolite is the area of the community where they perform various activities prosecuted to the coexistence of the families of this population.
The Beach, just like the people, it's called "zipolite", There are many different versions about the origin of the name and the stronger is that in zapoteco means "Beach of the dead". The name is due to the legend that says the zapotecs here to bury their dead, bringing them from tens and even hundreds of miles away. There are other studies even non-certified means that says that of caracoles¨. the sand of the beach is fine and white, describing a crescent along its entire length. The Surf is of type medium to strong in all the times of the year, with the surf and underwater currents very strong in the rainy season.
In its 2,5 km long, the beach has palapas, bars, restaurants, hotels and all kinds of services for the tourist.
To be found in the area of the tropics, the climate is fairly constant, maintaining a temperature between 25 and 35 degrees all year round. Falls within the areas at risk of hurricanes. ONLY HAS 2 Seasons: rainy season from June to October, and the dry season which runs from October to June.

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questions Casa Sol Zipolite rules of the house: .not suitable for children (18+ only) .no smoking inside rooms .no drugs on premises .no pets .quiet time: 23h .maximum number of ...


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rules of the house: .not suitable for children (18+ only) .no smoking inside rooms .no drugs on premises .no pets .quiet time: 23h .maximum number of ...

FAQ

Do you accept children?
Guests at Casa Sol must be at least 18 years old.
Can I arrive before the check in time?
You are welcome to arrive early and make yourself comfortable and we 
will have your room ready as soon as possible.
Is it possible to have a late checkout?
Please check with us the day before you leave and we will do our best 
to accommodate your request. You are still welcome at Casa Sol after 
checkout time even if we need your room.
What forms of payment are accepted?
Pesos, US Dollars, Canadian Dollars, and Euros are welcome. Paypal 
is also accepted.
Is smoking permitted?
Smoking is not permitted in rooms or interior spaces. Smoking is 
allowed in private patios and outside.
What if I cancel my reservation?
Deposits are non-refundable but if you cancel two weeks before your 
arrival date we will gladly credit your deposit to your next stay.
Can I bring the family pet?
The two house dogs, Thelma and Louise will welcome you but not your 
pets.
Do you offer discounts for longer stays?
Yes, when you pay for six nights the seventh night is free.
Can you add a cot or rollaway bed?
Rooms 1 and 4 have futons, however,the maximum occupancy is two 
persons per room.
How do I get to Casa Sol from the airport?
The airports all have authorised taxis. If you walk outside of the 
airport you will find taxis that are about half the price. We can also 
arrange to have a driver waiting for you.
Can I invite friends to visit Casa Sol?
Absolutely! Your friends are welcome.Just check with us if you plan to 
bring a lot of people. Guests are welcome until 11:00 pm.


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Washington Times US Embassy in Mexico warns about travel to Oaxaca state Washington Times MEXICO CITY (AP) - The United States Embassy in Mexico has warned its citizens about travel to Oaxaca, a southern state convulsed by protests in ...




US Embassy in Mexico warns about travel to Oaxaca state
MEXICO CITY (AP) - The United States Embassy in Mexico has warned its citizens about travel to Oaxaca, a southern state convulsed by protests in ...




A young woman walks with a photo of Jesus Cadena, who died last Sunday during the clearing of the highway by police, as others carry his coffin in Nochixtlan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico, Tuesday, June 21, 2016. Violence erupted during the weekend in which at least 8 people died in confrontations between the police and striking teachers. The teachers are protesting against plans to overhaul the country's education system which include federally mandated teacher evaluations. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
A young woman walks with a photo of Jesus Cadena, who died last Sunday during the clearing of the highway by police, as others carry his coffin in Nochixtlan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico, Tuesday, June 21, 2016. Violence erupted during ... more >
MEXICO CITY (AP) - The United States Embassy in Mexico has warned its citizens about travel to Oaxaca, a southern state convulsed by protests in recent weeks.
The message was issued after eight people were killed in a weekend clash between protesters and police in Nochixtlan. The embassy tells government employees they may only travel by air to the beach resort towns of Huatulco and Puerto Escondido.
That excludes the state’s scenic capital, also named Oaxaca, popular among tourists who flock to its rich culinary and craft offerings.
Foreign tourists were scarce in the capital this week. Hotels complained of cancelled bookings, sidewalk cafes that grace the city’s central square were empty.

Members of a radical teachers’ union have taken over the square and closed many of the state’s highways to commercial traffic.


Copyright © 2016 The Washington Times, LLC.

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No ADO Autobuses south from Puerto Escondido to Pochutla... TripAdvisor No ADO autobuses from Puerto Escondido going south ie Pochulta, Oaxaca or MXC are coming up on their website...Puerto Escondido, Pochutla ...


ADO Autobuses south from Puerto Escondido to Pochutla...
No ADO autobuses from Puerto Escondido going south ie Pochulta, Oaxaca or MXC are coming up on their website...Puerto Escondido, Pochutla ...

ADO Autobuses south from Puerto Escondido to Pochutla...
No ADO autobuses from Puerto Escondido going south ie Pochulta,Oaxaca or MXC are coming up on their website...Puerto Escondido,Pochutla, Oaxaca are not on their current website list. Is this due to protests, roadblocks and gas situation??


12 Lies You Tell Yourself While Traveling Caroline Morse, June 22, 2016

12 Lies You Tell Yourself While Traveling

Caroline Morse, June 22, 2016
We all do it sometimes—tell ourselves little white lies while traveling. Some of them are designed to make us feel better about our choices, and some are just delusions we choose to believe out of convenience (even if we know deep down that they’re not true). How many of these lies do you make yourself believe when you’re traveling?
I Burned Off All That Food by Walking Around
“I must have walked for miles today. That totally justifies this pizza, beer, and ice cream dinner that I'm about to demolish. I mean, I'm probably going to lose weight because I'm getting so much exercise on this trip!”
This Bag is Totally Carry-On Sized
“I can't really lift it, and the zippers are hanging on for dear life since it's so overstuffed, but it's totally going to fit in the bag sizer at the airport. Man, I'm such an awesome packer.”
I Don't Need a Hotel, I'll Sleep on the Plane/Bus/Train
“Let's see, if I get the overnight bus between cities, that takes nine hours. I'll instantly fall asleep the minute I get onboard, and I'll sleep deeply sitting upright and surrounded by strangers. I'll wake up refreshed after a solid eight hours of sleep and will be rejuvenated and ready to explore my new destination as soon as I get there! I'm so much smarter than all those suckers who pay for an extra night in a hotel.”
I Won't Check My Work E-mail
“I've got that out of office message on, and I'm not checking in until I'm back in the office! Except my boss needed an answer on that one project, and I'm not sure that the other project is getting taken care of…”
This 6:00 a.m. Flight Won't Be So Bad
“It's $100 less to take the early flight instead of one that leaves at a respectable time. I'll just go to bed super early and have everything packed and ready to go the night before, so getting up at 3:00 a.m. to get to the airport two hours ahead of time won't be a problem at all!”
This Hotel Duvet has Totally Been Washed
“I've read all those news stories about hotel duvets being reused without being washed, but this roadside motel looks pretty legit, and I'm sure that stain is just a part of the pattern. I'm going to snuggle up under it and tell myself that it's been washed recently.”
Of Course I'll Wear This
“I'm definitely going to need this [swimsuit/pair of heels/fancy dress/out-of-season piece of clothing] on this trip. I mean, what if I get invited to a last-minute pool party/black-tie gala and I don't have anything to wear?”
We Won't Spend Any Time in the Hotel Anyways
“We're going to be spending all of our time out and about exploring, not holed up in the hotel room anyway, so booking this fleabag hotel to save a few bucks won't have any impact on the quality of our trip at all!”
These Shoes Won't Give Me Blisters
“I mean I just bought them yesterday, but they're really cute and I'm sure they won't give me blisters after wearing them on a day-long walk.” See also: “These flip-flops are a very practical choice for walk around a city!”
It Won't Be That Cold
“Sure, the forecast is in the 50s, but that's practically the 60s, which is kind of warm. And I'll be walking around all day, so I'll heat up and won't need to bring a jacket.”
I'll Only Spend X Amount
“Okay, if I go to the ATM just once at the beginning of the trip and take out exactly $100, I won't spend any more than that while I'm here.”
I Won't Get on Social Media the Whole Time
I'm so tired of constantly being on Facebook/Instagram/Snapchat. I'm going to use this trip as a time to unplug from technology and just be present! Except this train ride is really boring and they have Wi-Fi…”
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