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It looks as
though we made the right decision to stay here for a little longer than we
usually spend at one RV Park. Margaret
has been busy doing all her card things, playing bingo and just plain enjoying
herself. I have been going to the gym
most days and using the exercise bikes, playing a little bit of music, I have even played a couple of games of
One of the
special events Margaret was invited ...
... yacht club, four pools, a sandy ocean beach, a shopping mall, grocery store, restaurants, bars, palapas on the beach, a hotel, condominiums, homes, a golf course, a casino, banks, a church and even a hospital. All within easy walking distance. The theme is Mayan as in the ancient Mexican natives. There are beautiful statues of Mayan natives as well as mini Mayan temple structures throughout the resort.
We were docked in the marina. ...
Angie and I did a crazy thing, I think that is why I have
not been keeping up with my blogs, not blaming it on not posting Sh…………… 8230;it
happens; not blaming it on perhaps biting off more than I can chew, or more
than I want to chew, by talking about past and present trips and comparing
travel in one culture over another. I think the real reason I have not been
writing my blogs, is that we bought a new mattress. Not any ...
... problems in these parts.
Sharon dragged us through the gauntlet of taxi drivers and young children offering the "best deals" . Sharon explained that across the road from the airport the cabs were less expensive. We hopped into an beater car with no visible seat belts, a cross swinging from the rear view mirror ( hmmmm) and windows that were reluctant to close. With lots of good cheer, the taxi driver weaved through PV ...
... we stopped at I paid a few dollars to have my photo taken holding an iguana
After lunch the boat took us to another lovely beach that is not accessible except by boat called Quimixto. We hired trail horses to take us few miles inland to a waterfall. The saddles were wooden & so uncomfortable!!!