El Palmar Beach &Tennis Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... night out on a private beach!
One of the more comfortable buses, with several TVs, plush seats with head wings, more leg room, foot rest, and restroom.
I looked for a hotel. Found one on the main road, about 1/4 mi up from the beach, nothing fancy, asking $42 per night. Went across the main drag to another place, probably not as nice, ...
... br> Shrimp was very good. Lots of veggies: good for my health. May the veggies make up for the alcohol. Had a pina colada and two small glasses of white wine.
Took some pics from my table, using my zoom lens.
... flagged him down from two blocks away, and he stops in the middle of the road to wait, even though the next bus is only about 20 min later (very busy route). Nobody gets in a huff about this; doesn't take more than a minute; no horn blowing; everyone takes it in stride.
Pulled into Melaque 1 1/2 hours later. As I ranted about in an early blog, most bus depots seem to be located in the seamier part of town. Not so here: ...
... 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, ...
Then without any break, they start to
celebrate “Semana Santa”, or Holy Week,
the week leading up to Easter. This is the most important holiday in the
Catholic Church because it is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus
Christ. Starting on Palm Sunday (Domingo de Ramos) to Easter Sunday (Domingo de
Pascua), Mexicans start a two-week holiday. This is their variation of
Spring Break and many ...