Red Tree Melaque

Address: Primaveras 32, Melaque, Pacific Coast, 48980, Mexico | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Primaveras 32, Melaque, is near Tenacatita Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Melaque

      DAY 17. MANZANILLO, MEXICO.

      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 01, 2014

      12 photos

      ... heritage continues to this day." So we didn't book a tour but joined many others just walking the town and window shopping. We paused for a time to chat with a dad and his little boy with some English. It was warm and humid so needed a drink but not anything with local water. We found a place with umbrellas and seats on the pavement and so off I went in Spanish, Buenos Dias. Dos Coke por favor. I'm sure you can work that out. All good till the price. We ...

      Beach bums

      A travel blog entry by 2hunters on Mar 16, 2014

      3 comments, 35 photos

      ... 8220; medical attention.

      This morning we had a pow wow, and came up with a ruff schedule for the trip home. We don’t actually have to leave Mexico until April 3rd, so that is good news. We will make several 3 to 5 day stops in some favorite and about to be favorite locations as we head north. We don’t plan on leaving here until the 18th of March.

      Oh, surf is picking up, …I should get going.

      Hasta ...

      Havin' a whale of a time!!

      A travel blog entry by jpjourneys on Mar 15, 2014

      24 photos

      ... and from their home which ended at a hole in the ground. (See Pictures) Despite a lot of ants in proximity to our campsite they did not bother us at all.


      Upon leaving Zapote de Tizupan, we continued to Manzanilla along a very windy coastal highway reminiscent of the twisty parts of the California / Oregon coastal roads. A lot of second gear action through these parts with long stretches of beach as well as rocky bluffs. A relatively ...

      We started out just watching...

      A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Feb 16, 2014

      18 photos

      ... overflowing.

      We hung around after dinner until the mosquitos started getting us and still the dancers hadn't shown, so we left. "We'll come back later," we told them. We'd changed clothes and were sitting round reading when Donna comes over...you want to go see the dancers? They've started.

      So here we go, me in the tshirt I wear to bed--we were just going to watch, after all, but so glad we went because the dancers were cute and fun and lively.
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      Sunrise 11: Tenacatita explorations, & Barra

      A travel blog entry by karinakr on Dec 19, 2012

      48 photos

      ... to us. Not one, not 4, but 15 or so children kept piling onto what is supposed to be a secluded beach and into the water that was covering my bare ass and Adog's titties. With some embarrassment but more laughter than anythign else, we convinced Dave (for nothing in return) to grab our bikinis for us. As soon as we redressed, swam and left the waters, the children also removed themselves from the water. Within a split second, we were back to ...