Zihuatanejo was a weird town. Like a ghost town, hardly no people and closed restaurants and shops. The few people we met was 65 + and we didn’t meet any people our age. Add to that a food poisoning that made me and Petter beaten for three days.. We found a nice hotel though, can’t
The bus driver didn’t know where Barra de Nexpa was.. So we ended up walking along the highway.. (Never thought I’d be walking along a Mexican highway..) Then we ended up getting a ride from a Mexican family.. (Never thought I hitchhike in Mexico..) But life keeps on surprising you and before we knew it
Luckily for us, jumping on a bus with two boards and two mega back packs is not a problem in Mexico! Hope it will runs this smooth in the other countries too. Sometimes it jumps on a troubadour that sings a few songs, collect some coins and then jumps off, it’s a part of their
We have had an awesome time down here at this little mexican river mouth, along the beach are peak after peak lined up to break both right and left. During the evenings we have been drinking corona out of 1L bottles, tequila better than available at home, cheaper than a bottle of jack daniels would
Avocados, papayas, bananas I loove it! We stayed at a place where it took forty minutes to an hour to get the food you ordered, then the avocados came in very handy! But while waxing his board I think Petter wanted to eat his Bing fish..
This dog has the most amazing story. She was found on the highway by some people who brought her to a camp ground where we stayed. And the whole camp ground community were taking turn taking care of her. One night she would sleep in Amber’s bungalow, the next in Sebastian’s tent and even I
Still amazed over the products that are so expensive at home can be so cheap here. Levi’s, Starbucks, make up, Arizona ice tea and yes, Coronas! 7 Swedish kronor instead of the 50 kronor you have to pay for the same beer at a bar in Sweden, or 75 Norwegian kronor if you so wish..
Went on a spontaneous roadtrip down the pacific coast highway. Felt a little strange to travel threw all the military checkpoints along the way. Felt better getting in the water with a perfect a-frame on which you could find your own little peak, to surf and surf just by yourself.
After meeting Ed, a friend of Israel, on the beach we decided to grab some beer and burritos. He showed us some of his work; creating designed, quality t-shirts under the name Quality Peoples. You have to check it out! Their tees, the whole brand, is unlike anything else we ever seen before. Stay tuned