Hotelito Manzanillo Inn
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... and settled into our new Rv park. It is situated on a narrow piece of land between the beach and a lagoon. We were lucky to get the last spot on the lagoon side where there is a little more shade and interesting bird life. We discovered that our next door neighbor was leaving the next day and so were relieved that Richard and Melanie could also get a lagoon site. The caravan will stay on this site for 18 days.
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... Missouri. This is gorgeous and natural part of the country with places like the Buffalo River National Park, Blanchard Springs Caverns, Hot Springs National Park, Greer's Ferry Lake, Bull Shoals Lake, Mammoth Springs and Spring River. We never tired of this part of the country with countless state parks and Corps of Engineer campgounds to choose from. In 1983 we spent most of that year traveling around the American ...
... merchants have started to sell their goods on the sidewalks and in the plaza. It is hard to get into a Christmas spirit when we have been hanging out on the beach every day, especially after growing up in New England with snow and sundown at 4pm.
To all our friends and family and everyone who has supported us, and have been following up on our journey, have a very blessed Christmas and a safe and happy New Year. May God keep you healthy, happy and safe!!
... you. It was nice. We had a fantastic time here and wish we would have had more time to see and learn more about this strange site.
I have little memory of what we did the remainder of today as I am writing this a couple of days later and all I remember for sure is being very, very happy to get back to the boat. I immediately took a shower. I’m sure we ate dinner at some point and when we returned to our room and slept in the nice, cool a/c.
... they hatch, then release the little turtles, about the size of my palm into the ocean. There are 3 species of sea turtles that nest on the beaches here.
We saw some large turtles in pools, recovering from injuries and were lucky to be there when a group of kids had the privilege of releasing about a hundred little hatchlings. They sprinted for a while, then rested, usually going straight for the water, good instincts. Sometimes a wave would wash them ...