Biely'S Seaside Shangri-La Apartments

Address: San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | Condo
 
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Travel Blogs from San Felipe

California-Part 3 (including a trip to Mexico)

A travel blog entry by schulmericas on Aug 24, 2012

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Getting back to Neil and Ariels' meant some more chill time and doing things at a normal pace. Once again, we had a couple lazy and 'chill by the pool' days. Ariel took us through to L.A again to do Universal Studios. Although it was super packed and we stood in long queues to do stuff, we had a ball! We went on rides like The Mummy and Jurassic Park to get our adrenaline pumping. We felt like kids again! One of the highlights of Universal was the studios tour. ...

Barhopping in Downtown Cuernavaca

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on May 01, 2012

... who names their bar Feisbuk? And I didn’t actually go in, but this is the perfect place to hang out on the sidewalk or on the step into the bar, acting like you’re the cool kid on the block. If Es3 runs out of beer, this is the place to go.

El Barecito. Comonfort 17 corner with Morrow. Opens after 4 pm. This is a gay friendly bar, which Casa HOY has worked with on our LGBT themed trips. They have beer and also offer absinth. El Barecito is ...

La maldición de la oficina de inmigración

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Sep 26, 2011

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... large tidal changes. Actually they are huge … in the range of 24 feet. The floating docks have a ramp at the end that changes from flat to a 45 degree angle, all within about 8 hours. Of course, guess what the ramp looked like when we were ready to unload the jeep and take everything down to the boat? You betcha…it was at the 45 degree mark, similar to a double black diamond ski run!

When you leave a boat for a long period of ...

Burning Judas

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 23, 2011

Burning Judas

I don't usually admit it anymore, but I’m a Christian. But I’m not a Christian in Mexico. Or maybe I mean to say that I’m not a Mexican Christian. I know that doesn’t make sense to anyone from the United States, but there is a very big difference in how religions are organized here in Mexico. For most Mexicans, if you are religious, you are either Christian or Catholic (and no, those are ...

Sept - Mexican Independence, Zumba, and More!

A travel blog entry by amycatalino on Oct 04, 2010

6 comments, 14 photos

... and it to was unconventional, with no mirrors, and held on a rooftop of a condo building. I enjoy going to the other class more, because it's more intense and my English speaking friends are there (so I can have a good laugh at how rhythmically challenged we all are), however, my host mom was quite upset that I was going to another class and not my host sisters', so I think I'm going to do both. Both classes are only 10 pesos each, which is less ...