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... and Canadians than Mexicans like in Manzanillo. Our hotel was on the beach and the water was quite warm. It is the perfect time to come here. In a few weeks, the spring break rush will get here and young partiers will be going up and down the beaches. I was one of those partiers for my very first trip out of USA in 2004. I really enjoyed coming back here and seeing how things changed since 2004. ...
... camera then set out on my Vengaboat, in true I wish I had my ipod style.
The crew did their cringeworthy dance routines, then made us all do dancing aerobics to warm up for snorkelling – hmmmmm – on the positive side, there was a girl with some (that’s two by the way) of the best boobs I’ve ever seen! I knew where my attention was, and those sunglasses proved to be a worthwhile purchase afterall ;)
Went to the hidden beach, which ...
... some decorated with flying cows, cheeky monkeys, and all services by young Mexicanos attempting to entice us with $1 margaritas.
Sara's arrival was approaching quickly, so we returned to our Versa to pick up the pretty Asian to complete the Mexican Team of Vancouverites!
Upon exiting the airport, we spotted what could've been an old F150 surrounded by 12 Mexicans. We all knew exactly what was to come - they were ALL getting into the truck! Dave, being ...
... specifically Rosa mole which comes from Taxco and gets its pink colour via the inclusion of beets in the recipe. We also tried a verde and a rojo varieties, each one poured over a little chicken enchilada. All very good, but the verde was my favourite.
Our next stop was Robles Tacos, a street stall that specialises in Birria tacos. Birria tacos are made with beef that is slow cooked overnight for 8 hours and served on a fried tortilla. We ate ours at the counter with ...
... about to free our cramping legs, and then get back in the car to continue onward. I don’t know if any of you follow along on Google Earth, but you can actually see a street view of this fine little village.
We carry along now, re-entering the mountains from the valley continuing to climb upwards and onwards toward Guadalajara and our hotel in Tonala. We talk and enjoy sandwiches and fruits as we go, and enjoy the never ending ...
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