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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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Thursday, March 12 we drove into Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico two days after leaving Palm Springs to begin the process of getting our 36' sailboat, Winterhawk, ready for the spring, and cruising the fertile seas of the Sea of Cortez. But it seems we weren't to get started right away. First we had to wait until siesta-time was over so that the Ford garage could troubleshoot a warning message on the dashboard of our motorhome, which ...
Sorry this last episode of our trip to Mexico has taken so long to get to you. We thought it would be fun to post it after we got home. We figured there was still a bit of adventure getting from Guaymas to our place in the Methow. Unfortunately once home, we (Rick) got busy with other things and well… it ain't much of an excuse but it’s all we (Rick) have.
Our last post from last May starts below ...
... THERE WAS ABSOLUTELY NO MACDONALD'S!!! We decided to walk to the town square to see if there was anywhere else to eat.
We then saw a shiny shiny shiny place. A place with a coffee machine! And sofas! We then sat there for the next few hours, and it truly restored our faith in not only mexico, but also humanity. Lovely coffee (free refills!), points to charge our phones, delicious breakfast. Daisy gave her dad a belated Christmas Skype, and all was well with the world.
Awoke to the sound of Lindsay's air pump, still problems with leaking back tyre.
Coffee in the local cafe and away down the 15.
This part of Mexico is not what we expected, very green with hills and small mountains and dead volcanoes, haven't seen a guy in a sombrero asleep by a ...
... water and ice on board for the trip. Gary left us with his crew and we headed out to the Sea of Cortez. I could see some dark clouds in the distance, but it was sunny throughout our trip. There was commentary from one of the crew who provided information about the sea and he pointed out a variety of birds, including a blue-footed booby, landmarks and formations. At one point, the captain began creating a wake with the boat which attracted a number ...