Bungalows La Joya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Manzanillo
... Ugly King) contest which was a comedy act with members of the audience being asked to the stage to endure the taunts of the comedians. Not understanding all of the Spanish but enough to gist it was quite funny. The crowd was wild with laughter at this act and finally in the end there was a winner who was crowned by Miss Cuyutlan who wore a tiara that was a mile high! She also was accompanied ...
... sorry--I didn't hear you say con gas, please could I have "natural"?
The waiter says no problem! I run right to the store very quick and he was off like a flash. It couldn't have been two minutes later he was bringing me my bottle of cold water.
The Mexican tacos plate was 4 homemade tortillas piled high with pork or beef, then you finish them off with beans, lettuce, two kinds of pico de gallo, hot red sauce or mild tomatillo and soon your ...
... a local beach full of local restaurants. We didn’t eat here, but I guess it was good for a change of scenery. The last day of snorkeling was quite good although I forgot my camera. We saw sting rays, eels and some other interesting fish. I have seen better, but this was still pretty good. At night, I got a lawn chair and sat out late listening to the waves and trying to clear my mind.
... So , my only recourse was to seek out a local Mexican doctor, and explain to him my situation. Without any hesitation, he wrote a prescription for the same medication I have been taking for 10 years. I filled it at a local pharmacy in Mexico, and the doctor has been giving me refills without any problems. No tests, MRI’s, request for records or long range appointments. I walked in and he saw me. I did bring my records and reports with me and did not give me ...
... out neighborhoods and have built over-priced homes with resort style comforts. There are some a little South of here, but not as many. I think this ruins the true ethnic sense that you get when you come in to any Mexican town. And it increases home values significantly, where most Mexican would not be able to afford to buy, or many middle class Americans would not want to pay.
Lulu and I have decided to stick it out for at least a month, and maybe ...