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... level that is quite spacey and holds a large round dinner table, and a coffee table with a bunch of plastic chairs, comfortably seats around 10. Looking back out towards the front of the house from our patio you will see our pool which extends outward over the garage level and out to the edge of the side walk and provides an open view of the Pacific Ocean to the west, and a great view of the sunset. At the back of the patio and up another short flight ...
... my afternoon swim in the lap pool at the Sanctuary section of the boat and then for a steam and sauna. Unfortunately, I came back to my room a little depressed. I’m probably the first one to admit that at 60 I’m a little (ok, a lot) more than out-of-shape. Yesterday I ran into the Spa Fitness guy by chance in the steam room and of course you start to talk. There I sit, all 235 lbs of me, towel around my mid and my man boobs maybe a little more pronounced ...
... airport on a Saturday morning on Aero Mexico. The $2,000 pesos (about $175 U.S.) roundtrip flight, lasted less than one hour. The same trip would have taken me about 6 hours to drive or by bus. Even though a bus ride would have been cheaper,
it would have taken up a good portion of the day. But a comfortable bus ride is
a good option to consider when traveling to PV. I was impressed with the little
jet that was on time on take off and landing. ...
... and other parts of the world with considerable challenges. Our challenges have been very small by comparison. Our little ship is ready to explore the oceans, and we have our health, family, and friendships. We are very lucky indeed.
We wish you all a prosperous and healthy New Year. We love hearing from you and above all, we love visitors.
Happy New Year!
Craig and Bruce
... called El Caballito (Little Horse). Behind it stand imposing mountains and before it the Pacific, colored a light blue due to its shallow depths, which made it perfect for swimming. We reclined sun chairs in front of a restaurant where we enjoyed a delicious meal of fresh red snapper tacos.
The crew rounded us up after about a couple of hours and ferried us back to the big boat where we went to the small village of Quimixto, ...