Hotel y Bungalows Estancia San Carlos

Address: Retorno Laureles s/n , Rincon de Guayabitos, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Retorno Laureles s/n , Rincon de Guayabitos, is near Ceramic Museum (Museo Regional de la Ceramica) and Antigua de Mexico.
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          Travel Blogs from Rincon de Guayabitos

          Mexico200

          A travel blog entry by lcridd on Jul 01, 2012

          1 comment, 158 photos

          ... of coffee into the other pot. This requires a person to be awake as it is possible to pour boiling water on your hands – I learned this the hard way. Then at last after the boiling coffee has cooled you can drink it …and eat it. It feels a little bit like eating coffee because it is a mug of thick, black sludge. This is because to the filter lets most of the coffee grounds get through and into the mug.

          I love this coffee and ...

          HELLO MEXICO!

          A travel blog entry by everywhere on Nov 13, 2010

          8 comments, 20 photos

          ... just go and find it? I knew it was near the ocean and I could see para sailing way off on the horizon so I headed that way. After quite a while cruising through completely deserted streets in the midday heat, I finally saw a woman – actually a blonde woman who looked like she would speak English and know where Walmart was. I approached her and asked her where Wal-Mart was. She looked at me as if I was a crazy ...

          San Blas Surfing

          A travel blog entry by ashika on Apr 04, 2010

          2 comments, 25 photos

          ... us, and that first waypoint should have put us in twenty feet of water – we must be off course! Dois nearly pulled the plug at that point, but the sounder reading began to rise; “7.8 feet” and then “9.2 feet”. He pushed on.

          As we connected the dots, the depth held steady at ten to twelve feet but our next challenge was now coming in from the left – breakers. I didn't want to look, but I could hear the thunder. ...

          The Saints March in with 24 Modelo and a Taco

          A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Apr 17, 2009

          4 photos

          ... and traveling around helter skelter, usually to some type of beach. Kind of like this one. This holiday has been a topic of conversation ever since we first got here. Everyone seems compelled to describe all the crazy shena****ns we should expect over this absurd two week extravaganza. Which, of course, means that it couldn't possibly be as wild as we were expecting. Which it was not. However, that's not to say it wasn't pretty crazy, and ...

          Sex and Pastry

          A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Mar 19, 2009

          5 photos

          ... means they can't decide if they are more embarrassed for themselves or for me. Then, as the "conversation" grinds painfully to a halt Laynni will suddenly begin hopping back and forth, her wide eyes and intense grin portraying a bizarre mixture of eagerness and lack of intelligence. She waves her arms to and fro like she's signaling in Oceanic 815 for an emergency landing, alternately nodding - then shaking - her head and punctuating each direction with ...