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

    Dreary, cool sea day

    A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 01, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... At 11am I presented myself at the Britannia Restaurant for a free tour of the Britannia Galley. I say 'tour', but in fact we were sent off in large groups to walk through a stainless steel city in single file and emerge in the Verandah Restaurant at the other end, from which we dispersed. We saw a few starters being prepared, but we didn't get to see anything of the scale of the operations. As I expected, all the fruit and veg is restocked en route at selected ports. ...

    On the Pacific route south/getting repairs done

    A travel blog entry by windstrutter on Mar 09, 2013

    2 comments, 55 photos

    ... were apparently subsequently picked up and taken back (I don't think he got his liferaft back) .Our final day was tough as the strong current had set us off course during the night ,so I struggled to get us back up,when over to starboard Tony called and pointed and we saw a spectacular display of Humpbacks breaching and flipping their massive fins.This is where they swim thousands of miles from Alaska to mate and give birth.What a welcome to the ...

    Sayulita With Ernie and Sylvie

    A travel blog entry by aircor on Jan 19, 2011

    ... looking over the mountains and the world class surfing beach that lies down on the shore, surrounded by restaurants and small hotels. It is a wonderful place and a must visit if you are down this way. The ground scenery is not too bad either.

    Anyways we got within 50 feet of the beach and pulled down our beach chairs and coolers to spend the day. There must have been 100 people at any one time enjoying the surf on their boards, as well as general ...

    Exotic tacos, weird hairdos, and a sketchy bar

    A travel blog entry by stanfalk on May 12, 2010

    11 comments, 5 photos

    ... and Jesus got him to follow the path of peace that was all the proof he`d ever need. Most people cite personal revelation, but I guess one reason is as good as the next. I was too busy getting kicked out of CCD when I was a kid to know what he was talking about, but I`ll take him at his word.

    IŽll tackle the šjortsš issue in the next post, but for now IŽm off to The Hangout to see what sort of miscreants are lurking about this fine ...

    Our first anchorage in Mexico's Gold Coast

    A travel blog entry by gatogo on Dec 12, 2009

    13 photos

    ... we got the fishing poles out in hopes of some fresh fish for dinner! Our first catch wasn't a fish, but a bird; we had hooked one of the adorable brown-footed boobies. Luckily, we were able to reel him in and remove the hook from his beak without any problems. He was soon flying again, but probably a little more hesitant as to the "fish" that he was going after.