It’s our first full day in Puerto Escondido. First, we explored the village market. Then, in the afternoon through evening, we were with Eve from Lalo Eco-tours to understand the coastal environment at the bioluminescence lagoon a few miles north of town.
We made our way through mangroves and side channels off the lagoon in a small power boat. Eve, who is of African and Mixtec descent, was born and raised here. He knows the waterways intimately and knows all the bird species. Migratory birds from North America come to this brackish water for winter.
We then land on the beach just before sunset, where we participate in a Ridley baby turtle release, followed by a picnic and marshmallow roast!
if that wasn’t enough, some of us took the plunge into the lagoon to experience the feeling of swimming in bioluminescence.
Back to the Hotel Santa Fe for a mezcal and sleep.
we now are making our way north into remote rain villages to meet back strap loom weavers and dyers.
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