That spooky time of year is fast approaching, and in honor of all things macabre we have a bunch of gruesome key chains and hair clips from a Mexico City resin artist we met a few months back. Each piece is hand detailed and incredibly realistic. It’s quite a departure from the bright, whimsical pieces we usually carry in the shop, but we were impressed, and a little grossed out, by his creations and thought we’d share. Come get one if you DARE!!!!!
Our 10th five-star review in a row on TripAdvisor. We are so lucky to have such awesome alumni! Thanks D. It was a blast getting to know you.
¡Gracias mi surf hermano!
Ok, soy Canadiense (woot woot – it’s how I roll) and until today had only cold water surf experience (Tofino, BC). I am so blessed to have shared surf today with Julio – he has the same respect for the sea as I have found in friends at home. Today was about welcoming wisdom from Julio and improving my connection with the waves. I am very grateful for his easy way, his awesome sense of humour and his respect for all people. Did I yet note he is a great teacher? Techniques tweaked (ok self-cultivated bad habits overhauled lol) but not with “do this/do that” but rather “try this way and now try that way – and see and understand why one is much better than the other?” Great chats my friend between waves and I look forward to the next chance to share surf, side by side 🙂
Visitado el Agosto de 2013
La pasamos excelente en Puerto escondido, más bien en Zicatela. Me dio unas clases de surf Julio Soto, muy pedagogo y con mucha paciencia !! Me subí en unas olas a la primera vez !! Me llevó a varias playas para buscar las olas que me correspondian mejor (o sea pequeñitas al inicio, y poco más altas los últimos días), y hasta la música que pone en su coche me cayó perfecto.
Se lo recomiendo !!! Es muy buena onda, y conoce a todo el pueblo, lo que te hace ganar tiempo para encontrar buenos hoteles, bares y restaurantes barratos y buenos.