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 ...

    Stranded and Waiting

    A travel blog entry by koppkilla on Dec 23, 2012

    1 photo

    ... every move I was making, trying to keep up, believing me in the confidents I showed was indeed knowledge.

    I waited in line for 50 minutes doubting every minute, every step I took forward towards the line end to what every decision I had made. I walked and showed the forms and passport as other before me; a stamp, a signature, slide of a machine and a thank you enjoy your stay is what was left. No turning back to ...

    Lizards, Horses and Turtles

    A travel blog entry by ashika on May 20, 2012

    16 photos

    ... one of the kayaks in the water and dug out our lead line. Thats a line that's been marked every fathom (6 feet) of it's 10 fathom length and a lead weight is attached to the end. He grabbed a paddle and headed for the entrance. Since no one could tell him how deep it was he decided to go find out for himself. What he found were breaking waves accross the entrance, steep waves that he paddled hard to avoid because he wasn't in the mood for a swim. ...

    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 ...

    Having fun

    A travel blog entry by ironworker025 on Feb 25, 2010

    47 photos

    ... s for flat back Pollo {chicken} on the grill. Also went out on the pirate ship for the evening. That was a play and all you could drink and a great meal of shrimp and stake, with fire works in the Bahia de Banderas. I will let the pics do the rest of the talking and if anyone has questions just ask. Everyone have a great day. Bill and Bonnie ...