Punta Placer Bungalows

San Agustinillo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in San Agustinillo, is near Puerto Angelito.
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    Travel Blogs from San Agustinillo

    Nutjobs & Margarine Wankers

    A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 21, 2013

    326 photos

    ... about 5 quid) tour to go and see the 5 viewpoints overlooking the canon. Naturally as I’d spent all the previous night on thepiratebay, I was again massively unplanned and unorganised, but just set off anyway… Fortunately for everyone involved, yesterday’s arseholes had checked out and weren’t around for breakfast, leaving me to enjoy my jam in peace!

    As per usual, the hostels town maps had scale proportions as useless as a town with ...


    A travel blog entry by srbruner on Apr 13, 2013

    4 comments, 38 photos

    ... feel regret. Enough said.

    For me, this feels like a wonderful new adventure, full of potential for all of us. The Amherst area is beautiful and is home to abundant outdoor activities, a strong local food movement, five universities, forests and rolling hills (hmm…, it might take me a little while to start calling them mountains after having lived out west), great public schools, new employment opportunities for me, Fall colors, ...

    A short day with hefty climbs.

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Dec 24, 2010

    4 photos

    San Agustinillo to San Pedro Pochutle 20 km
    Trip alt 519 m (ouch)
    Avg slope 4.3
    Max slope 15.3

    Nice cool morning but humid and overcast. Right off we started with a pretty good climb. It was overcast and humid.We passed several dusty beach towns which convinced that our choice to stay in San Agustinillo was a good one. We didn't check ...

    Life's a Beach

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Dec 21, 2010

    37 photos

    ... few on the mountain side of the road. High marks went to Hotel Mexico Lind and we rolled our bicycles a few palapas up the beach, to it. The cold shower takes a bit of getting used to, but once you are in, it is refreshing. We sat on our second floor veranda and watched the waves roll in and reveled in this serene scene. .

    Germans, French, and American visitors are here to bask in the warm sun ...

    Hard Travelin'

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 25, 2010


    ... fast. The shuttle trip began easily enough. Then, I saw a sign that said "Military Checkpoint. 100 meters." At first, I thought maybe they'll just talk to the driver. Then, maybe they'll just make everyone get out of the van. Then, oh, they're going to search every package and bag in this van. They were especially concerned about my bag (once again, I am clearly not a narco so I don't know what the **** is going on) and a guy with a ...