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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.

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Sunday, July 15, 2018

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Review: Brisa Marina in Zipolite, Mexico Naked Wanderings Getting to Zipolite might be a bit tricky as there are no international airports nearby. The major airport is Oaxaca, but don't fly to this one. Seriously!


Review: Brisa Marina in Zipolite, Mexico
Getting to Zipolite might be a bit tricky as there are no international airports nearby. The major airport is Oaxaca, but don't fly to this one. Seriously!






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Zipolite #zipolite #nude #nudebeach #playanudista #nakedbeach Instagram 233 Likes, 1 Comments - Ars Jose (@ars_joseh) on Instagram: “Zipolite #zipolite #nude #nudebeach #playanudista #nakedbeach”


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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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Hotel Posada Don Juan business.site https://m.facebook.com/Posada-Don-Juan-Zipolite-396182227120726/?locale2 ... Calle El Manglar esquina con calle Ocotillo, Zipolite, Pochutla, Oax.


Hotel Posada Don Juan
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Huatulco, Cacaluta e Zipolite praias imperdíveis da costa do Pacífica do México YouTube No estado de Oaxaca visitamos as praias da Bahia de Huatulco e Zipolite. Arrocito e Cacaluta nos renderam belas imagens com o drone e foi tudo ...

La Loma Linda, Zipolite, Oax. Facebook La Loma Linda, Zipolite, Oax., Zipolite. Piace a 1723 persone · 1 persona ne parla. ocean-view bunalows, Yoga, Feldenkrais.


La Loma Linda, Zipolite, Oax.
La Loma Linda, Zipolite, Oax., Zipolite. Piace a 1723 persone · 1 persona ne parla. ocean-view bunalows, Yoga, Feldenkrais.




Sunday, July 1, 2018

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Graves discovered in southern Mexico City are 2,700 years old They were found between 1.2 and 3.3 meters below street level; about 20 are perfectly conserved

A skeleton found inside one of the graves.A skeleton found inside one of the graves.

Graves discovered in southern Mexico City are 2,700 years old

They were found between 1.2 and 3.3 meters below street level; about 20 are perfectly conserved

Experts from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) have discovered 26 ancient graves dating back 2,700 years at a site in Mexico City.
Located in the south of the capital and adjoining a modern-day cemetery, the site measures 360 square meters and archaeologists believe that it might have been used by women for activities related to the care of infants.
During excavations over the last four months, the INAH team has found the graves at depths between 1.2 and 3.3 meters below street level. About 20 of them are in a perfect state of conservation.
“Until now, we have detected four stages of settlement; four historical periods linked to the start of the 20th century, the Porfiriato [the period of more than three decades when former president Porfirio Díaz was in power], Mexico’s independence and the pre-Hispanic period,” said Antonio Balcorta Yépez, an INAH archaeologist working on the project.
Graves discovered in southern Mexico City.
Ancient graves discovered in southern Mexico City.
Of the 26 graves found, 11 are in the form of a truncated cone, while the archaeologists have also found vestiges of walls from pre-Hispanic structures.
“We’ve made a series of discoveries that have revolutionized the knowledge we had about graves in the pre-classic period. The context suggests to us that we are at a village where they carried out specialized activities. The height [of the site and] its geographical and strategic position indicates to us that the people [who lived on] this hill may have had greater control over certain resources compared to the village of Copilco,” Balcorta said.
Truncated cone graves were not only used for funeral purposes but also to store grains, artifacts and waste materials, he explained.
However, there is also evidence that indicates that at least two of the graves may have been used by women for everyday activities related to caring for their children, such as giving an herbal steam bath to a newborn baby.
That theory is supported by the discovery of more than 130 figurines in the graves, most of which represent pregnant women, while a smaller number are of infants. The ceramic pieces feature red, yellow and black colorings on their different body parts.
The INAH team has extracted samples from different parts of the graves to carry out chemical and pollen analyses aimed at confirming or rejecting the perinatal care hypothesis.
The archaeologists have also made discoveries from more recent times including remnants of ammunition used in the Mexican revolution and parts of adobe bricks and other building materials that formed part of a house that stood on the site at the end of the 19th century.
Because it is 2,296 meters above sea level, it is believed that the site was not affected by lava flows following the eruption of the Xitle Volcano between 245 and 315 AD and for that reason it has remained in well-conserved condition.
Source: Milenio (sp)

Woman suffers extensive injuries after parasailing disaster in Puerto Vallarta Boat flips in storm, towline breaks and tourist has wild, 45-minute ride

Katie Malone and brother Brendan.Katie Malone and brother Brendan.

Woman suffers extensive injuries after parasailing disaster in Puerto Vallarta

Boat flips in storm, towline breaks and tourist has wild, 45-minute ride

A woman suffered severe injuries in a parasailing accident earlier this month in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, when a storm came up, flipped the tow boat and snapped the towline.
Katie Malone was celebrating her 29th birthday in the Pacific coast tourist destination when the freak accident occurred during the 10-minute parasailing excursion.
After an approaching storm brought strong winds and turned the boat over, Malone spent the next 45 minutes being whipped through the air at the mercy of intense gusts of wind.
Malone’s brother Brendan said in an interview that the men operating the boat quickly took off.
“We’re beyond unhappy,” he said. “Those guys left the scene of the crime. They flipped the boat back over and . . . bailed while my sister was floating away.”
When Malone finally crash-landed near the city’s airport, she suffered cuts to her face, a fractured pelvis and skull, four broken ribs and a collapsed and bleeding lung.
“It’s one of those calls you never want to take and of course you’re thinking the worst,” said Katie’s father, Kelly Malone, when he received the news.
An online fundraising campaign was created to help pay for an air ambulance back to the United States and as of this morning, nearly US $50,000 had been raised.
Former U.S. Rep. Duncan L. Hunter also helped make financial arrangements for the family.
“Once we got him involved, everything just went real smooth. He had some contacts. I believe he even contacted the consulate in Washington D.C. and then after that everything just went really, super fast,” Kelly Malone said.
After undergoing several surgeries and spending the last few weeks in a Jalisco hospital, Katie Malone was flown to San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday, where she will undergo further treatment.
Doctors believe she will make a full recovery, but she isn’t expected to walk again for months.
“She is a miracle, she is progressing way quicker than most people expected her to, on so many levels,” her brother said. “She’s great, she’s a fighter, and she is not giving up.”
The parasailing company hired by Malone is currently under investigation by the state Attorney General’s office.
Source: WLKY (en), Vallarta Independiente (sp)

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Zipolite, Mazunte, Ventanilla Y Oaxaca






La Costa de Oaxaca Etapa 1. Zipolite y Mazunte Viajando, escribiendo y fotografiando La primera etapa de nuestra ruta por la Costa de Oaxaca nos llevó a Zipolite y Mazunte. Mucha playa, viajeros, hippies, furgonetas, artesanías, olas ...


La Costa de Oaxaca Etapa 1. Zipolite y Mazunte
La primera etapa de nuestra ruta por la Costa de Oaxaca nos llevó a Zipolite y Mazunte. Mucha playa, viajeros, hippies, furgonetas, artesanías, olas ...



LA COSTA DE OAXACA ETAPA 1. ZIPOLITE Y MAZUNTE

La primera etapa de nuestra ruta por la Costa de Oaxaca nos llevó a Zipolite y Mazunte. Mucha playa, viajeros, hippies, furgonetas, artesanías, olas enormes y calor, muuuucho calor.
Poco a poco íbamos sintiendo el cambio de temperatura. Entramos a la furgoneta con chaqueta y mallas, salimos con tirantes y shorts. El famoso Zipolite, lugar fijo para travellers que vienen de California. El término “traveller” me recuerda a una curiosa conversación con un personaje español que encontramos en la playa – está ahora muy de moda esto de poner “er” en las palabras por ahí por España- el mismo personaje, minutos después… – sí, yo tengo camiones y uso un “inverter”.
Llegamos en temporada baja y no había mucho ambiente por la calle. Largos ratos en la playa leyendo, hablando… y eso sí, nos comimos un buen filete de atún!, veníamos deseándolo desde que vimos la primera marisquería y caímos en que al fin al lado del mar podíamos comer pescado! Un caprichín en un restaurante de la playa que recomiendo, Sal y Pimienta.
Quisimos vender nuestras postales pero no hubo mucho éxito ya que no había casi gente.
Decidimos ir hacia Mazunte, pueblo que me gustó mucho más, la playa es de arena y no es pequeña pero no es tan ancha como la de Zipolite. A mi no sé si será porqué soy catalana pero me gustan las calitas, vivo las playas comparándolas con las de la Costa Brava y creo que deberé de empezar a no hacerlo. Ni que fuera de allí; soy más de Barcelona que la Sagrada Familia, pero vamos, la Costa Brava me tiene el corazón robado. Volviendo al hilo, la playa de Mazunte me pareció más recogidita y acogedora. Para aparcar allí con las furgonetas nos fue más complicado. En la calle nos ponían pegas pero preguntando, encontramos un “camping”, espacio que tiene un personaje al lado de la playa con pinta de haber tenido una época mejor. Todo semi abandonado y el dato más importante o más sorprendente, la ducha olía a huevo duro. Como se puede imaginar, la ducha en la vida de furgoneta es un bien preciado. Entendemos que si pagas por una ducha esperas que sea EL momento. Quedó reducido a “momentito” cuando no sabes si quieres seguir bajo el chorro y estas más pendiente de que no te entre agua en la boca. Por suerte, la sensación post-ducha si fue decente y olimos a champú, no a huevo duro. El “Comander” (personaje que os comentaba, llevaba el camping) nos dijo tranquilamente y a la mejicana que es que no habían lavado el tanque y que podían ser las cagadas de iguana.
Mientras paseábamos por el pueblo pasó un señor vendiendo atún al que decidimos comprarle unos filetes para hacer una buena cena de despedida con los vascos. Nosotros marchábamos hacia la Laguna Manialtepec para ver la bioluminiscencia y ellos ya iban tirando algo más deprisa hacia Chiapas para intentar vender la furgoneta. Lo que fue una súper cena y una despedida al día siguiente, resultó ser un encuentro dos días después. A nosotros nos salió mal y no se vio la bioluminiscencia, así que nadie tenía muy claro su plan y seguimos viajando juntos, de hecho cruzaremos la frontera juntos, no vaya a ser!
También decir que pasaron dos cosas muy importantes, vendí una postal y tiré mi cámara al mar. Tras un gran drama y tratar de salvarla 24h en arroz, descubrí que en vez de ganármela a final de año, la full frame se había adelantado.

Zipolite beach at sunrise, Mexico Getty Images View Stock Photo of Zipolite Beach At Sunrise Mexico. Find premium, high-resolution photos at Getty Images.


Zipolite beach at sunrise, Mexico
View Stock Photo of Zipolite Beach At Sunrise Mexico. Find premium, high-resolution photos at Getty Images.

A nudist beach in Mexico? With Mexico's catholicism, Zipolite is a Player FM With Mexico's catholicism, Zipolite is a rarity. Adam discovers, to the backdrop of classy summer tunes, with festivals in Puebla, Mexico, Thailand, ...


A nudist beach in Mexico? With Mexico's catholicism, Zipolite is a
With Mexico's catholicism, Zipolite is a rarity. Adam discovers, to the backdrop of classy summer tunes, with festivals in Puebla, Mexico, Thailand, ...


The Sun Lounge Ep. 43 - A nudist beach in Mexico? With Mexico's catholicism, Zipolite is a rarity. Adam discovers, to the backdrop of classy summer tunes, with festivals in Puebla, Mexico, Thailand, Japan, Indo, and more.

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