Punta Placer Bungalows

San Agustinillo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
Prices starting from $88.00

Travel Blogs from San Agustinillo

Nutjobs & Margarine Wankers

A travel blog entry by doove


... but as it was early enough just followed the signs and walked and walked and walked. In the end I covered 36km in order to save my five pounds, but the miradors were generally worth it – especially as the last one was the best one. Some American tourists annoyed me when the pulled up in their arseholemobile and then cut in line for food after I’d been hungry for the last 20km – they felt the wrath of my margarine anger and quickly dropped ...


A travel blog entry by srbruner


... 8230; ok, so we’re dreaming.

Micah and Zola have warmed to the idea of moving, though it will no doubt be difficult when the time actually arrives. We’re all excited to get to spend one more year in Bozeman, a place we love, filled with people we love. With the wheels clearly turning inside his head, Micah recently asked whether he could still consider himself a Montanan after we move. We said yes. Again, I could see where he was coming from. ...

A short day with hefty climbs.

A travel blog entry by michellendave


... than the Blue-jays we know in the states.

By 9 am we reached the outskirts of San Pedro Pochutle after only 20 km. After 519 m climb my legs didn't have another 550 m climb in them over 45 more km. We found a nice hotel and I relaxed there for the rest of the day. Here in Mexico, we found that check-in time is anytime after ...

Life's a Beach

A travel blog entry by michellendave


... 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


... jumped out when it looked beachy, which was too soon, and went for the most luxurious spot I could find--because after that trip I needed some luxury. And it's a pretty nice cabana, I must say. But the catch is, I picked the clothing optional beach. And what´s worse is that about ninety percent of the people who are availing themselves of this option are older men. Not pretty.

The sea is possessed here--this is definitely not ...

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