Bungalows Lydia

Address: Km 118, Hwy 200, San Pancho, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Km 118, Hwy 200, San Pancho, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from San Pancho

      One broken board, Two beaches, Three burned adults

      A travel blog entry by wanderlustluna on Jun 25, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Well. As you can tell by the title today was spent entirely on the beach!

      Our main goal for today was boogie boarding, but the Sayulita beach did not exactly meet our wave standards :P So, we headed into town in search of a taxi to take us to the San Pancho (we were trusting the reviews of surfers on the internet.) And sure enough... THE BEACH WAS AMAZING! There was practically no ...

      See Ya Later, Sayulita!

      A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 25, 2011

      8 photos

      ... with his quad bike, saving us the walk down and up the hill.

      As we cruised through town we waved goodbye to the familiar faces along the way. My all-natural ice-cream amigo was touting his wares in the plaza. David was manning the internet cafe. He also works at a hotel on the northside and at Monchi's restaurant. Waiting for a bus or lift, we also saw Carlos and Leo drive by, doing their thang.

      Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name...


      Mexican Reflections: What's in a Scar?

      A travel blog entry by chili on Apr 13, 2010

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... it was karma from my sadistic thoughts, maybe it was peer pressure or maybe it was simply lack of experience...but these baby heads decided to throw me over my handle bars and send me home with a souvenir scar! At first I was a bit ******...a bit down on myself! I always push myself...expect to be "perfect"! (Plus how am I to take surf lessons with a cracked rib and ozzing wound?!) But...then, I laughed! Yes it hurt like F%#!ing ...


      A travel blog entry by ohiolair on Nov 02, 2009

      7 photos

      ... passengers are bundled aboard. The captain makes an announcement that we are waiting for a few stray passengers. I am shooting photo’s, chatting with Sharon and Al who have strolled up, and watching the shore men wait to cast off the lines. Finally I see a couple running form the gates towards the ship. Is that Paul and Frances, our Halifaxian dining companions? They are ushered on board quickly, the gangplank is pulled and we are cast ...


      A travel blog entry by ericlepping on Aug 07, 2008

      6 photos

      ... the braiding and tasting were done it was off to the Municipal Market. I think we all had some goal for shopping while we were there. I was looking for a guayabera and found one. Amy said I looked like a Mexican waiter but I think I look pretty suave-ay! Lydia found a beaded butterfly (in the Huichol indian style). We did a pretty good job of working the guy down on the price. He started out at $28 and then made a special deal for the ...