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... coming up and folks are already staking out their claim on the lounge chairs around the pool. The buffet is now serving. The tiki bar has opened. All is well with the world.
We’ve (tentatively) decided to skip stocking up at Sam’s Club and Walmart and we’ll just take the local bus to Sayulita after breakfast today. And that breakfast needs to include free wi-fi, cuz it’s $7us an hour at our “all ...
... they didn't
eat breakfast!” I exclaimed. We laughed and walked away after
dropping a few dollar bills into their hats as a tip!!
Still at the Malecon, I spotted a group of Mexican Aztec dancers in their
colourful costumes. Their headdresses are made of real bird
feathers. Some of the feathers were more than a meter long. It was
amazing how their colors, and their texture came together as a real
colorful piece of art. ...
... life guard put marks in the sand so that no one could get any closer to the turtle. Medical officials then came and look at the turtle. It was hardly moving. Scuttlebutt on the beach said that the turtle and been caught in the waves and hit the rocks to the north of the resort. After a while they carried the turtle away and a vet was coming. We later heard that the turtle was going to be okay. What a great way to start the day.
... dichotomy of the economy. Extremely poor with beyond FANCY hotels and condos all mixed up and tangled up. Andres as asked us "who do you think is happiest? the people who live in those shacks? or the people who live in those fancy places?" The answer was easy. No question the "poor" folks here are happiest. They have their values and morals intact. They believe in their families, their religion and they live a basic simple life. They need very little. They ...
... took touched larger cities like Los Mochis only briefly, and didn't go through Chihuahua at all.
Don't be afraid of the red travel alert that's showing up on tripadvisor when you look up some of the places we stayed.
All opinions I can give will be biased, as I live in this country and love it.
However - here's some links for more research:
Seattle Times - ...