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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... went to breakfast at 7:00 a.m. We had a breakfast buffet with several Mexican offerings including chorizo, beans and scrambled eggs with red and green peppers and onions, sautéed mushrooms and of course, salsa as a condiment. Lots of breads and pastries, too.
We boarded the coach at 8:00 a.m. for the short drive to the boat. Sergio had told us there would be a seat rotation on our tour, which is typical of most tours, so that we would all ...
Guaymas is Mexico's second largest Pacific port after Mazatlan and situated in a bay on the Gulf of California. It is also popular with tourists. There is not much to report about our journey there. The hotel was brand new and memorable because it did not have a licence for serving alcohol! Very upsetting for some people ...
... has a very interesting bandstand with sculptural details and like all Centros / Jardins, it is a real hub of activity and culture in the community.
While the rest of our group ie Hazel and crew stayed here, Goldie and crew (ie Marc & Maria-Lynn) went off to Melaque to visit with Linda & Danny. We pulled Goldie into their yard for a couple of the nights stay. They have a very beautiful place that really reflects the considerable effort ...
... our favorite spots to our good friends. It’s also been fun cooking meals together, playing games in the evening, sharing laughs and just hanging out.
While walking Kona on the beach this morning, Cathie and I saw a school of dolphins, only 100 feet off shore. There were about 15 of them, and they just swam a little in front of us. We could almost hear them breathe, they were so close. This afternoon some friends showed us a great snorkeling spot. It ...
... into Mexico. We arrived here in San Carlos at happy hour, so after setting up camp, it was time for a well deserved cool beverage, as we enjoyed the last
of the days sun. Then we had a great dinner over looking the sea of cortez at a restaurant across the street.
Today its hot and sunny, but don't feel sorry for us as there is a cool sea breeze :-) The crew has gone for a walk on the beach, I stayed at camp for a shower and shave. ...