February Vlog | Travel Prep & Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca
What can I say about Puerto Escondido? It woke up the part of me that used to think I truly belonged in a lazy beach town sipping coconuts and wearing Free People dresses with permanently salt water-stained hems.
And I would be lying if I said I went on this trip without multiple Free People garments in my suitcase…
Sidebar: I’m back-dating this entry to February for the sake of keeping things chronological, but at the time of posting this, I’m on lock down in NYC due to the coronavirus. It’s cathartic and surreal to look back on life before all of this madness began.
This vlog will be delivered in three parts as I soak in the tropical vistas and try to recall the taste of mezcal burning my tongue.
Part one consists of a quick visit to see family before the trip, some dreamy flight footage, and all of the hijinks/epiphanies that occurred at the very start of the adventure.
Have you ever been to Puerto Escondido?
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