Bungalows Lydia

Address: Km 118, Hwy 200, San Pancho, Pacific Coast, 63732, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by bbhathella on Aug 08, 2015

    11 photos

    Up all night...not a good way to start holiday?!? Looks like we have sore throats...Nilay, Dad, and I...pop those vitamin C pills! Still have condensation on room floor, humidity here is crazy! Good times at the pool...diving contest! Rajeevmama won!!! Cleanest most artistic dive! Beach time - water was ...

    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 ...

    Life in Puerta Vallarta

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Jan 14, 2011

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... 30 years ago so you start to get an idea of their condition. Most have cracked windscreens and windows, seats missing and faulty doors. They are personalised by the drivers so many have religious artefacts like rosaries and holy pictures hanging inside and I have even seen velvet curtains surrounding the driver. As the town is cobbled, they rattle, swerve and clatter down the roads. They lurch to a stop to let you off and you are ejected and land on the pavement dazed ...

    Cruising Is More Than Sailing

    A travel blog entry by ashika on Mar 28, 2010

    11 photos

    ... food here is also incredible: our favorite restaurants are small store fronts with tables on the sidewalk or in a sandy lot next door. Tacos are anything piled on corn tortillas and come with a table full of sauces. Quesadillas are tacos on flower tortillas served with cheese. We have eaten these with all manner of seafood, meat from a cow's head, and pork turned on a vertical skewer with a pineapple on top – turning golden as ...

    On the road to Puerto Vallarta

    A travel blog entry by cosbo on Mar 08, 2009

    All wake nice and early, packed with plenty of snacks from the Mega Supermarket we discovered yesterday which was a treat and sold everything we could have wished for. All 8 of us plus a surfboard squeeze into 2 open aired taxis which we take to the central bus station. We arrive to be told the next bus to Puerto Vallarta is later that night and are not offered ...