El Burro Borracho

Address: Troncones Beach, Troncones, Pacific Coast, 40880, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Troncones Beach, Troncones.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Troncones

        Raining all day

        A travel blog entry by goeran on Oct 30, 2015

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        Day 28: during the wee hours we arrived at zihuatanejo and got lucky again to be admitted into our room early. the reception apart from the desk consists of a notebook - that's it, quite efficient. after getting up we went downtown to have something to eat and arlene is right. good thing we didn't wait for the rain to stop cause it wouldn't stop throughout the whole day. so we ...

        Getting Toxicated

        A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 19, 2014

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        The drive to Zihuatanejo was broken by a very suspect "police" stop. Maybe they were police. They definitely had side-arms, and their Tshirts stating they were transport security definitely had silk-screened badges...so that's pretty legit. But their road block consisted of stripped tire tread and 2x4s laid out across the road. I got the full inspection by an "officer" trying to act very serious. I smiled and used my ...

        Art, Magic, and cock-porn...

        A travel blog entry by mistytravels on Apr 03, 2014

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        Other than that I mostly enjoyed the Zihua life, going to the beach, paddle-boarding, walking the hills, drinking mezcal and sipping fresh cool Micheladas in the sun.

        A short visit to Mexico city took me to the house (now museum) of Frida Kahlo and to Xochimilco, 170 km of canals where you can hop on a private colorful wooden boat similar to the gondolas of Venice. Along the way other little boats will pull up ...

        Inland Mexico has its high points too!

        A travel blog entry by jpjourneys on Mar 07, 2014

        1 comment, 31 photos

        ... and between this work and the mercury processing, the average life expectancy was around 25 years of age for the workers. Ergo the need for black slaves as described earlier. I believe he talked about this facility going through 350,000 workers in its lifetime. Some conquistadors were truly nasty people in their quest for wealth.

        There are a number of gardens that were developed in its second iteration as the ...

        Vote for Pedro

        A travel blog entry by nico0064 on Mar 08, 2013

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        ... hot springs that evening. We politely agreed and then quickly realized he had invited us to some "local" hot spring without even asking us our names. We agreed on a time, "See you at 7". No worries, see you then. I made note that we hadn't introduced ourselves before receiving the invitation. I informed Wease that you didn't need to complicate things with names if your just going to kill them any way, holy ****, thanks dad and Maryann for making me think ...