Hotel La Termita

Address: Principal Mazunte Puerto Angel, San Agustinillo, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 70946, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Principal Mazunte Puerto Angel, San Agustinillo, is near Puerto Angelito.
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    Travel Blogs from San Agustinillo

    Gnocchi recipe

    A travel blog entry by steve88 on Jul 25, 2014

    ... roll flat - cut strips of the mix - take the strips and cut into little cubes to desired size. -add little flour to cubes -once all cubes are cut, add to boiling water and allow to cook. - add garlic, capsicum, onion, chicken and what ever else desired. Easy as. Making the gnocchi takes a while like an hour but is simple and bloody good. Get ...


    A travel blog entry by steve88 on Jul 25, 2014

    ... a vegan hostel, gonna be interesting haha. I'm working the night shift tonight from like 7- midnight so see how that goes. It's looking like I'll be here for another month I think which I think is a good amount of time before heading south. Ross leaves this arvo! Definitely snuck up. Man I'd hate to be going home, thanks to hard work I'm not! But yeah be a lot different without him, been my partner in crime. When I first got here we were hitting it pretty ...

    A short day with hefty climbs.

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Dec 24, 2010

    4 photos

    ... other beaches which may have been, and probably were, beautiful too.

    Puerto Angel is a dusty uninteresting town and seemed to be a bit deserted on this day before Christmas. We reached a perch with fabulous view of large cove. This is where we first noticed the loud blue birds with long tail feathers and a little plume of feathers on their ...

    Never Trust a White Man with Dreds

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 27, 2010

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... through the jungle, with little frogs all over making unearthly noises (which at first I thought was really bad techno), and then ended up at a lone cabana that was packed with people and had a band playing. And pot, lots of pot.

    After a while the drunk Mexican showed up, his friends still carrying him. They released him outside the place and he was going to smash his head into a cement outcropping but I ...

    The discovery of the Oaxacan coast

    A travel blog entry by lenitasworld on Jan 20, 2009

    27 photos

    Besides lots of driving, nothing much happened on our first day of travels. We really wanted to make the whole way through Acapulco and sleep as far away as possible, but our plans were stopped a little bit by the crazy traffic in Acapulco. The highway going South does go all the way through the city centre so there is no escape from it. We both never visited Acapulco before, but from what we had heard, we really didn't want to. And especially now that we drove through ...