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Casa Delfin

Acapulco, Mexico


OMG! I just came back from Acapulco, Mexico, which was the best vacation ever. Some friends and I stayed at Casa Delfin, a luxurious villa. The views are breathtaking and the staff was fabulous. They would make us delicious mexican cuisine like enchiladas with rice and beans served with refreshing margaritas . We found it hard to live the villa since everything was at your fingertips, but some must sees of the local attractions are cliff drivers, markets, and nightclubs like Palladium.

If you are interested in visiting Acapulco, I highly recommend staying at Casa Delfin. Check out their website at www.acapulco-villa-rentals.com.

permalink written by  El_18 on October 13, 2008 from Acapulco, Mexico
from the travel blog: Viva Acapulco
tagged Mexico, Travel, Vacation, Villa, Acapulco and Luxury

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Day 1a

Tijuana, Mexico


Tah-da, the requisite beer. One frothy cold and delivered to my table with chips and salsa. Just outside the resturant was a family band, brothers and cousins on accordian, bass, drums, and tiny preteen cousin on the mike belting out the lyrics like she owned them. I wish I had gotten them in the beer pic. It's not just a treasure hunt, damnit. I missed out on the picture of the fly dying on it's back in the urinal at the Burger King outside of the border, but I think that was more a matter of good taste. Right as my alarm went off, in the middle of a conversation with an American prophet, there had started a troupe of costumed Mexicans doing an apparently traditional dance. They were in full feathered regalia, young son on the skin drum and infant shaking a rattle. The prophet was an older woman, her pale makeup was smeared around and her maskara caked lashes behind large dark glasses framed pale green eyes. She wanted me to warn my father about the dark forces, the ones he has abandoned, for they are angry. I'm sure he'll be fine.
Apparently it's not cool to buy glassware and take it over the border. Next time I'll just put it in my fucking pocket. Oh, yeah, and you need a passport to get back into the states. Well, they let me through, "But remember it next time." I'll surely remember it for Canada. The only borders I like are on imaginary planes and shift based on your calculations. I did however get away with some lovely jewlry for some select lady friends.
Amsterdam Pharmacy, Srsly, wtf? SmartShop it ain't.
This one too. Multinational Mexico, go go go!
Ok, I've seen these damn things all over the world. London, Amsterdam, Seattle, Boston, Los Angeles... this however is the first one to grace my data stream. Lovely. Frida. Lovely.


permalink written by  kleer001 on November 16, 2008 from Tijuana, Mexico
from the travel blog: Tijuana to Vancouver
tagged Mexico, Beer, TJ and Tijuana

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Maxico 2008

Mexico, Mexico


Mappa di prova

permalink written by  ingirogiro on August 2, 2009 from Mexico, Mexico
from the travel blog: Mexico 2008
tagged Mexico

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Tulum, Mexico

Tulum, Mexico


Think of a tropical beach… swaying palm trees; the clear ,blue-turquooise water of the Caribbean sea; the pearl-white soft sand of pristine beaches... and a hammock..... This is Tulum. A world-famous destination known for relaxation or adventure travel, Tulum, Mexico boasts some of the world’s most amazing beaches and snorkeling reefs, among other exciting and fun activities.

permalink written by  Travel-Trips on September 16, 2009 from Tulum, Mexico
from the travel blog: Travel in Central America: Mexico, Guatemala and Belize
tagged Mexico, Trip and Tulum

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Compostela Nayarit

Compostela, Mexico


Hermoso Lugar

permalink written by   on May 1, 2014 from Compostela, Mexico
from the travel blog: micnick's Travel Blog
tagged Mexico, Compostela and Nayarit

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