Flying Home Tomorrow

Hi all, I know I have been a bit slack with my blog recently, there are reasons but the main one is that I am not especially fond of Central America. I guess after coming from India everywhere would be dull and expensive but it seems that these countries are either trying to emulate the USA with fast food restaurants all over the place or that they are dangerous gang ridden places, or both. This is only my opinion but I suppose I find churches dull as they are everywhere at home and the indigenous religions are so quietly practiced as to hardly exist so all the things that would fascinate me about a place is lacking.

All that said, I am flying home tomorrow via Miami, Toronto and then to Heathrow arriving on Friday morning, and I am really looking forward too it.

I will update with some photos from Utila and Granada but until then. I’m not sure what to do with this blog when I return home and stop travelling, I might just keep it for general ramblings but I guess I will see, any suggestions would be gratefully received.

Zipolite Sunset

This is one of four beaches with villages behind them that cover a 10km area of coast. This beach had apparently deadly surf, not especially surfable but big, apparently. Whilst we where there it got smaller and smaller each day. We had a small hut right on the beach with a sea view, well we could throw stones into the surf if we had any. The noise of the surf made for some interesting dreams though.
I spent a lot of time in my hammock here.

Puerto Escondido Beach

I have been very lazy and enjoying beach and hammock life recently and therefore I haven’t taken that many photographs.
This is one of the beaches to the western end of Puerto Escondido, it was a very crowded beach with most of the space taken by restaurants and bars but it was a nice place to chill and make a drink last for ages.