Hotel Tapachula

9a Calle Poniente 17, Tapachula, Pacific Coast, 30700, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tapachula

Welcome to Mexico

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... dark, and the water chin deep. I walked the pool, searching the bottom in sporadic illumination of pool lights between waves generated by swell of the sea. Disgusting how many bits and pieces you find in the pool. Before long, there, it looked black, a coiled shape by the ladder. I grasped it with my toes, and reached down and grabbed it; Nats necklace, glittering under pool lights, chain broken but attached to the pendant. I think Nat owes me a beer.


Climbing centrals highest peak

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego

... at 4100m. Bundling ourselves in fleeces, hats, scarves and gloves we headed off.
The climb was pretty rugged, through long grasses and over rocks, all the while the foggy clouds were growing thicker and thicker. Up top it was cold and grey with not a lot of view, but a worthwhile climb all the same.
We got back to camp in time for a pasta dinner and just as the rain came in.
With not much else to do and our bones getting colder by the minute we clampered ...

Bananas Anyone?

A travel blog entry by onereddog


... The bananas are then weighed, branded with stickers and packed into boxes and loaded onto skids for transport. They go through 2 more quality checks before arriving at market. They can have only 2 rejects before losing the contract! At least we know we get good bananas!
Following the plantation tour, at 94F, we were very happy to board the bus and drive back to Tapachula where we had a brief walking tour in a very busy city square and then headed back to our ship. ...

Alive cities,dead cities.. fresh air,stifling air

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


... boy (about 9 years old, with a younger side-kick), begged and bartered to clean his shoes,Tony sucumbed and a crowd of street kids gathered around, we helped him to do a good job and for $10 pesos,plus $5 for a photo everyone was happy (ish).We met him everyday and Tony now has very shiny shoes.Carlos and his side-kick went everywhere together,when i asked about their parents they were blank and said 'I don't know' Let me take them home! We found some wonderful ...

Sucked into the vortex

A travel blog entry by solokiwiabroad


... is essentially a volcano crater 1500m above sea level.

San Marcos is a beautiful spot (I know, I need to learn some new adjectives huh), I instantly knew I wouldn’t want to leave – a little community with lots of natural therapies to utilise or train in, meditation and yoga galore. Walking up the tiny lane that serves as the heart of San Marcos I was assaulted by a plethora of percussion. ...


This hotel, located on 9a Calle Poniente 17, Tapachula, is near La Recoleccion.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tapachula

2.50 of 5 stars Fair