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Playa La Boquilla

Nestled into the rugged cliffs and tropical vegetation is La Boquilla, a beautiful protected bay with clear waters & white sand. The Bahia de la Luna restaurant is located on the beautiful beach under thatched palapas and coco palms. Specializing in freshly prepared seafood and regional dishes, this is a dining experience you will remember. […]

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Mexico Vacation Rental – October 2012 Newsletter

  Greetings from sunny Puerto Angel!   We hope enjoy reading our October 2012 Newsletter for Mexico Vacation Rental.  In this first edition we are excited to feature our newly created Viewpoint promotional video, showing you a glimpse of our luxury oceanfront condo, the area’s beautiful beaches, attractions, amenities and more.  We announce some exciting […]

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Yoga near the Ocean

Yoga is a practice for the mind, body and soul, which is why the setting in which you practice is the key to your success.  Practicing yoga by the ocean achieves so many benefits, including: reduced stress sound sleep reduced cortisol levels improvement of many medical conditions allergy and asthma symptom relief lower blood pressure smoking […]

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Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) is a holiday celebrated in Mexico and around the world in other cultures. During this holiday family and friends gather together to pray for, remember and celebrate those who have passed away. Celebrated on November 1st, in connection with the Pagan Samhain holiday as well as […]

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Playa Mazunte

West of Puerto Angel is the beautiful Playa Mazunte, about a 20-minute drive from the Viewpoint condo and 1km from playa San Agustinillo. “Mazunte” is derived from a Nahuatl phrase, “maxotetia” meaning “please deposit eggs here” and is famous for the sea turtles that come to lay their eggs on the beach. Before the mid-20th […]

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Playa Estacahuite

About a mile East of Viewpoint is the sleepy beach of Playa Estacahuite (ay-stah-kah-WEE-tay).  This tight cove shelters you from the currents of the Pacific Ocean and has great little coral nooks making it great for snorkeling and swimming.  The 300 foot beach has basic amenities in the form of a pair of palapa restaurants perched picturesquely above […]

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