Verana

Address: Calle Zaragoza No 404, Yelapa, Pacific Coast, 48304, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Zaragoza No 404, Yelapa.
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      Travel Blogs from Yelapa

      Yelapa - Small Gemstone

      A travel blog entry by markjezek on Jan 23, 2014

      18 photos

      ... is staying in the bay.
      The difference between these two categories, besides the obvious, is actually how much you will be charged for food and drinks during your visit. If you are “a tourist who has made a day trip” you are greeted with a smug smile, probably as the vendor is saying “sucker” under their breath, and present you with a price list that tells of your more expensive paying fate. On the other ...

      On the Pacific route south/getting repairs done

      A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Mar 09, 2013

      2 comments, 55 photos

      ... we didn't want to anchor in the dark.We settled for the night but got distracted by the glare from the hotels.This was tourist city. The night was calm and in the morning,we missed the weather forecast as we hadn't changed our watches to local time (Pacific -2),but sailed 9nm to our chosen anchorage La Cruz,when about to anchor the wind came up from 10-20knots,we dropped the sails and chose a spot at the back of the fleet (for safety and our size),when bang ...

      Lizards, Horses and Turtles

      A travel blog entry by ashika on May 20, 2012

      16 photos

      ... with a whip attached. He spoke his name so low, we didn't quite catch it.. Machae? Mackie? Markie?. We trot along, Diamonte running up WinniePoo's hind quarters every time Machae? Mackie? Markie? switches her with the leather on the end of that stick when all of a sudden our quiet little guide belts out "EYE YIE YIE YIE" (HAY HAY HAY HAY), CANTA Y NO LLORESSSSS.... PORQUE CANTANDO SE ALEGRAN CIELITO LINDO LOS CORA.... ZONESSSSSSS!" I look back at him ...

      Waiting for the Tamales

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Jan 08, 2011

      5 comments

      ... next time I will break off the tails, bbq them and steam the bodies.

      Christmas day we spent with a group of 40 people or so, that we did not know, who were part of the group of people invited by the owners of Café Roma a restaurant bar downtown, who supplied a free turkey and ham dinner with all of the fixings, including some pot luck dishes. This was a "BYOB" affair as the bar did not want to make any money at all from ...

      The road to Chimo

      A travel blog entry by slowayround on Nov 07, 2010

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... looking at the stars, enjoying the sounds when a donkey walked out of the bushes and past us, I think we startled it more than it startled us, which made us laugh.

      In the morning we continued down the road as it got worse and passed a town called Mal Paso (which means Bad Pass) and guess what… the road got worse and very steep for another couple hours. I'm ...