Brisas Del Mar
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... Hotel. My friends here took good care of me and I'll right them up on Trip Advisor when I return. However, peace and relaxation will soon be replaced with noise, confusion and disappointment. Read on. I arrive right on time with the street crowded with family eager to begin, perhaps, they're going on their first vacation in years. Grandmas, kids, everybody is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the bus which promptly shows at 7:15am, 45 min late. Ah, Mexican time. I grab a milk ...
... Mayan for the next three weeks. We will miss the lively atmosphere of this town so may have to come in by cab a few times. We will have a kitchen so will do some meals but we love Mexican food so....... After our time at Mayan we will take the bus to Guadalahara for a few days, then bus to Leon. We will rent a car there to visit San Migel de Allende and some of the other interesting towns up ...
... Now, here is the highlight: Last year, when we went on the food tour, we went to a ceviche restaurant where we had the best ceviche. It was our mission to find it. And we did! This place was an absolute hole in the wall, and, miraculously, we found it. We ordered smoked marlin ceviche and guacamole. We ate until we were stuffed. It was the most amazing food we have eaten on the whole trip. All for eight dollars. If anyone is interested, the place ...
... dichotomy of the economy. Extremely poor with beyond FANCY hotels and condos all mixed up and tangled up. Andres as asked us "who do you think is happiest? the people who live in those shacks? or the people who live in those fancy places?" The answer was easy. No question the "poor" folks here are happiest. They have their values and morals intact. They believe in their families, their religion and they live a basic simple life. They need very little. They ...
So, now the year in review (highlights of things we did and saw in 2011):
- -Traveling to Morelia with friends and going up to see the
- -Spending 6-weeks in the northern Sea of Cortez seeing no
other boats; experiencing the beauty and remoteness of Puerto Refugio at
the north end of Isla Angel la Guardia
- -Zip lining through the jungle with ...