Luna Sacra

Address: Tapalpa. 230, Tapalpa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tapalpa. 230, Tapalpa.
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      Triathlon and Getting Lost in Tapalpa

      A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... time when the race was starting. We needed another ten minutes until we managed to leave the house. Well, it turns out, that the rest of them had emptied 20 beers and a full bottle of tequila before, and my companion was still completely drunk. I asked him for the keys of the car and after sitting down behind the wheel asked for directions. It was not planned that I would drive, therefore I had no idea where to go. He only knew rough directions, but apparently Liz had told him, ...

      Viva la Mexico

      A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Feb 26, 2014

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      ... single window seat then the aisle and 2 other seats against the other window. One flight attendand ,a pilot and co pilot. Cosy. Leaving Houston and into a thunderstorm but we quickly passed through it.Luckily we had managed to book accommodation in Peurto Vallarta.Arriving at 9.45pm Thursday 20th February into Guadalajara from Texas meant we were tired and facing a quick trip to the bus station for 5 1/2hr trip overnight to Peurto Vallarta arriving at 5am . Having wifi at the ...


      A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Feb 01, 2014

      1 comment

      ... surfing now and then, virtually deserted. Great pool too which I almost always have to myself...ahhhhhh....drink, eat, smoke, beach, pool.....rinse and repeat....ahhhhhhh. The beaches here are almost deserted. It's what I've looked for and what I've craved but there is something off about this particular quietness like it shouldn't be quite so. Campgrounds that have in the past held many trailers and campers sit empty, two large shells of cement that ...

      A beauty from the air!

      A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 02, 2013

      1 comment

      ... the next one begins, the long version of their national anthem is put between the two, as a transition or something like that! I think every radio station also plays it at midnight each and every day. This is how they can be proud of their country. Finally, I visited the neighbourhood and the house with him and...that's it! I was tired so I took a shower and went to ...

      Tapalpa: a traditional village in the mountains

      A travel blog entry by hauteroute2012 on Jan 19, 2013

      22 photos

      ... air supply to the kite). Even other visitors to the field supported us in our effort to get either one of the new kites up but jointly failed to do so. At last we all had a fun time, some physical exercise but, nevertheless, had to realize that today wouldn't be the day to get the kite(s) up. Instead we climbed the rocks and finally left for the village of Tapalpa to enjoy the Saturday night ambience at the local main square, which meant again dancing to the music, ...