El Palmar Beach &Tennis Resort
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... 8220; medical attention.
This morning we had a pow wow, and came up with a ruff schedule for the trip home. We don’t actually have to leave Mexico until April 3rd, so that is good news. We will make several 3 to 5 day stops in some favorite and about to be favorite locations as we head north. We don’t plan on leaving here until the 18th of March.
Oh, surf is picking up, …I should get going.
... of this yet but I have been becoming increasingly aware of how much of a "bread basket" Mexico is for the rest of North America and Canada in particular. We have been driving by extensive fields growing various products and thousands of square feet of green houses or remay covered growing shelters. Now we are seeing fields of bananas whereas we had previously seen orchards and fields of corn, asparagus, avocado, mango, jicoma, limes, strawberries, papayas and ...
... time is code for 1 1/2 hrs later. And yes, at 8:00 the dancers arrived.
We ordered dinner and as always, no ice tea so I asked for water. Unfortunately I must have been off gawking at something when he said "con gas" because I always as for it without. Here they'll serve you a nasty salty carbonated water unless you say "sin gas, por favor." So the waiter brings me my water, I open it (gawking off at the sunset no doubt) and it bubbles all over. Oh no, ...
... looks like it has been carved from a coconut plantation --there is so much shade it's wonderful! If they had wifi we'd probably stay here forever. There's a lagoon on one end with crocodiles who come out on the beach in the early mornings, I'm told. I was sensible enough to have been sleeping at the time.
I did get up early enough for the sunrise our last day though.
... Let's be honest, now there were 3 amigos! Cozying up in the back seat all on my own, I waited until we arrived in Melaque 4 hours later. Hwy 200 was a luscious jungle the entire drive down. One lane for each direction and enormous palm trees, banana plantations and coconut fields under a clear blue sky made the road seem like an imaginary world.
Upon our arrival the sun had already set making it slightly difficult to locate a place to stay. ...