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 ...

      Mom's B day

      A travel blog entry by 2hunters on Jan 08, 2012

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... have squeezed
      in a siesta as well, as it takes time to adjust to the Sayulita life.

      In the evening we walked to the centro, and had a delicious meal. On the
      way there Mom and Dad were very impressed with the mexican
      night/street life. Warm, friendly, fun. We stopped at several shops
      on the way to the centro, weaving shop, art shops, and eventually
      found our way to the centro and got a nice table on the street. I ...

      Step into the Realm

      A travel blog entry by travellingtrio on Oct 31, 2010


      ... its surf. The road was a bit rough due to recent floods destroying several bridges thus necessitating some streambed crossings. Needless to say, the back of the bus was a poor choice. Fortunately though, once we finally arrived in Sayulita and found a place to stay, it was smooth sailing. We ditched our gear to hit up some dank fish and marlin tacos, and that night got everything in order.

      In the words of Lou Reed, "it's the beginning of a great adventure."

      "You need a taxi?...Mexican boyfriend?"

      A travel blog entry by dancera on Jan 06, 2010

      5 photos

      ... I also bought sunglasses because I realized I brought broken ones to Mexico.

      We layed out by our pool. The events for the day there were Bingo and Music Trivia. Both were really fun. The guys that work at the resort are super cool and really funny. But the whole time it was pretty cloudy and we were not getting a tan. So we decided to just go to the Malecon (the boardwalk in the town). We took a bus over.

      Puerto Vallarta's downtown is ...

      Puerto Vallarta

      A travel blog entry by ricflack on Aug 20, 2008

      3 photos

      ... we sat on two benches in the back of the truck that faced each other (there were 14 of us on our excursion). The truck took us up to the base camp for the zip lines. After getting all our gear on we were given instruction on how to ride the zip lines and then started our climb to the first of the zip lines. We had guides on each platform who connected us to the zip lines and made sure the coast was clear on the other ...