Los Suenos Del Mar - Manzanillo, Mexico
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On March 1, we headed out early to our next destination, Melaque. Melaque is west, over the last range of mountains from Villa Corona to the coast. We took a free road (not toll) this time and had a relaxed and beautiful 5-hour drive. The road was windy but in pretty good shape (in Mexico standards). We still had to look out for topes and pot holes and sometimes had to pass large trucks on the two way highway. We arrived early afternoon ...
Many of you know George and I have been camping and RVing for years. Our first rig was a yellow VW Thing with a Coleman tent and all the accessories Coleman had to make your trip enjoyable. Coleman Lantern, Coleman Stove ... ... ... We mostly traveled around the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains of Western Arkansas, Northern Arkansas ...
... a little humid, but not too bad. Ocean breezes seem to cool things off. And so far, we have seen rain only once since November.
Now we are on the Christmas season and the town is booming with tourists and shoppers. Christmas lights decorate many building and streets. Although we have seen some of the bigger cities exploit the holidays early in October, this little town of Melaque just started a couple of weeks ago, and not to the same capacity. A ...
... have it wrong? Maybe the loser was beheaded? Maybe the wealthy played and beheaded one of his or her opponent’s servants?? I just don’t know that they have the story correct but he says they do and I’m sure researchers know A LOT more than me.
The sweltering heat went away and this stopped ended-up being the nicest of our day. The sun had hidden behind some clouds and the wind had picked-up and it felt like a cool sea breeze ...
... fruit stands, each with piles of coconuts, huge bunches of bananas, enormous jack fruit and pineapple galore. We stopped and got some fruit, asked the names of the things I didn’t recognize, of course the names were in Spanish and I’d forgotten them by the time we got to the car to look them up.
We chose Cuyutlan because they have a turtle sanctuary (el tortugario). They collect sea turtle eggs from the beaches, keep them in a safe ...