Travel Blogs from Zihuatanejo
... drugs. I said no, and he told his colleague to...get lost (my California level of Spanish understood what he really told him).
Zihuatanejo is a lovely looking beach town; the inconspicuous version of it's twin on the other side of the bay - Ixtapa. I came in without any hostel reservations, so was prepared to sleep in el Burro for the night. But, just for giggles, I had a recommended hostel to check out. ...
... a café, yoga-classes, and hosts a variety of events. It turned out to be the perfect place for what turned out to be a magical night.
Lots of people turned up, two amazing artists performed live music - actually ASKING me if they could play at MY exhibition, the bar was open and drinks flowed, art was sold and the energy absolutely amazing. I am so fortunate, now it feels like a dream and I find myself wondering if it really ...
- Crashing waves at waterfront campsites - Los Tortugas and Chacalla; more coming;
- Chickens in Los Moochis - The bantam chickens were in the campsite in the morning
... willing to try anything at this point. Wish me luck! Gotta go soon!
And soon - SOON - it will be time to go back to being a reclusive and to do what I love most - to paint! Or I might just go mad.
Until next time, I'll try to break some old habits and keep counting my blessings. The latter being the easiest, by far...
P.S. Check out James' website for some of his amazing art work:
... the sun whilst reading a little, snoozing, watching the butterflies.
Say hello to Victor, Miguel, Quiko, and the other guys whose office is the beach, say "no thanks" (again) to a good and cheap massage (I will perhaps have one another day) before returning home to shower off the sand.
Pop down town! Stop and chat to Isabel, the lady who sells freshly made juice from her house down the street.
Have a delicious and ...