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We visited Yelapa way back in the 70's. It had no hotels or restuarants then. Yelapa was touted as the location where Elizibeth Taylor and Richard Burton filmed "Night of the Iguana" At that time there were pigs rooting for food on the beach. We did meet an old hippie living in the jungle in a tree house selling to tourista"s.

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Yelapa is still in a safe place.. the electricity a bit of a shock... but at least the road is still watery...

OMG, I stayed for a couple of weeks in Yelapa 10 years ago on the beach in a thatched hut - cost - $150pesos per night. No electricity at that time. Waking to the sound of coconuts falling to the sand is a memory I'll never forget.

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