Hotel Loma Real

Address: Carretera Costera 200, Km 244, Tapachula, Pacific Coast, 30760, Mexico | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Carretera Costera 200, Km 244, Tapachula, is near La Recoleccion.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Loma Real Tapachula

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Travel Blogs from Tapachula

How We Saved About $150 and our Adventure Doing It

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Nov 14, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... than $150 for a private shuttle. After some thought we decided we'd give Tapachula a shot via the chicken bus route.

We left Xela at around 11:30 and first, we had to get to the bus terminal. Around Xela there are tons of "minibuses", which are basically nearly destroyed vans that fit as many people as possible in them. There are no "stops". When they see someone along the road they stop to see if they can pick up an another passenger and when someone wants off, that passenger ...

Living on the lake, for real.

A travel blog entry by zendrik on Oct 25, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... pure water, and fresh air for several years now. I am however daily having three Mayan super foods, Amaranto, Ramon (Mayan Nut) and Chia Seeds. I am experiencing good health and high energy levels, and have never been this busy and productive in my entire life. Many days I am up at 5, teaching yoga at 7.30, teaching a course and maybe giving one or two treatments too. Off to go to a party at Del Lago Hostal now to say goodbye to Brian and Sarah. Hasta Luego. Que le vaya bien.
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San Marcos Vortex

A travel blog entry by zendrik on Jul 22, 2014

6 photos

... to be a test, and not only do you need to learn how to handle or adapt to the environment, but also how to live in a vortex of transformation, a cauldron of change.

I don't know enough of the history of 'alternative healing' of San Marcos, but I was drawn here by it's reputation as a center of healers, teachers and yogis. I wanted to be among other people like myself, and possibly to be able to share my own knowledge with those who were seeking ...

Time and tide

A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Jan 26, 2014

2 comments

... next destination has a sandbar that could be treacherous if we don't get the tide right. However, there is a pilot to guide us and the swell and surf is quite low for the next few days, so fingers crossed.
Venus and Garett, on Sea renity are behind ,please catch up guys!
hasta luego
p.s. pictures coming ...

Welcome to Mexico

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Oct 21, 2013

37 photos

... without being mind blowing, several small pyramids scattered about. Surrounding the ruins, plantations, of bananas and bread fruit, along with many locals selling handcrafts and other goods. Here, in sweltering humidity, we were treated to a guided tour for an hour or so. The ruins are particularly significant for their involvement in development of the calendar. Many primitive astronomical studies and discoveries were conducted here, and it is ...