Hotel Cordelias

Address: Playa Panteon, Puerto Ángel, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Playa Panteon, Puerto 聲gel, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto 聲gel

      Finally, our PA beach house!!

      A travel blog entry by z00dles on Jan 30, 2014

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      Long Day, but worth the ride...

      It was up early on the 29th for the hotel check-out and the 8:00am bus to Pochutla (where Linda got her shoes shined while we waited), and then by taxi on to Puerto Angel and our casa on Playa Panteon. It was a challenging bus ride thriough the Sierra Madre del Sur; a winding sinuous and narrow two lane highway, with countless switchbacks down to the commercial center of Pochutla, just inland from the coastal fishing village of Puerto ...


      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Apr 13, 2013

      4 comments, 38 photos

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      We had done our research about the options for driving from the City of Oaxaca to the Pacific Ocean near Huatulco. The most direct route was a winding 160 miles up and over the Sierra Madre del Sur mountain range. Some travel sites warned against this route, citing the many hairpin turns as a surefire way to get carsick. An alternative route involved driving 260 miles on a less-winding road. Both options were projected to take 6 hours. ...

      The Devil's Elbow

      A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Feb 18, 2012

      2 photos

      ... The journey to Mazunte would have taken three hours because the road is even more convoluted than my own intestines. Driving up to San Jose Del Pacifico revealed straights of no more than 20m before when hit a switchback curve or sharp bend. The road to Mazunte cut this distance in half to the point where we felt we were just going around in circles all the time. Given our experience with previous taxi drivers we should have been more mentally prepared. Back in San ...

      Aint no party like a Mexican party

      A travel blog entry by k.griffin on Jan 17, 2012

      ... zilch. Then, on the horizon, we saw the telltale Free Willy style Y tale indicating a whale. After a journey at break neck speed we arrived at that spot, to be greeted by a baby whale who was jumping up out the water. It was absolutely breathtaking. He was then joined by three adults (I had thought the baby was pretty sizeable, but they were huge), who swam alongside us for about twenty minutes, only to be replaced by a pod of dolphins! The dolphins were much ...

      Zipolite Beach: The Beach of Death

      A travel blog entry by thescribe on Mar 10, 2011

      4 photos

      "Zipolite es peligroso," a travel guide named Librado said, with solemn eyes, seated on the sand beside me. Es peligroso, translating to, very dangerous. I sat on a purple wooden lounge chair sipping coffee and we both stared out at the crashing ocean together. Zipolite Beach means the Beach of Death, because the waves crash so ferociously that they suck people in.

      The strip of ZIpolite beach is very tiny and you can walk from one side to the other in less ...