A Mexican whirl: Lively surf and breathtaking wildlife make the lush coast of Oaxaca a thrill for families

As we step off the plane in Puerto Escondido, the air slaps us in the face like a hot flannel.
It’s hot and humid in Oaxaca (pronounced ‘Wahaca’), near the bottom of Mexico close to Guatemala. It has been a long journey to get here: two aeroplanes and 12 hours’ flying time.
Our three children, Dash, 11, Edith, eight, and Artemis, two, immediately shed their clothes. I look at my husband in dismay. Have we made a mistake?
By the time we have located our rooms in a poorly signed apartment block on the other side of town, the toddler’s cheeks are flaming. A smoothie? suggests my husband... read more

25 November 2017 in Travel, Views: 64
Source: Daily Mail

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