Camino Real Aeropuerto
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... tollgates - man, these can get expensive and we spent between US$30 & $60 a day on toll when travelling these roads.
Passed through Los Mochis which is surrounded by rich farming land, turning off the highway just south of town to find our way to Las Glorias, the narrow roads busy with all sorts of tractors and trucks carting crops to market or to storage bins. Found our way to the Mr Moro Hotel & RV Park - unless you have some incredible reason to ...
... the waiters behind the bar and we ended up getting the money we overpaid, so all was well in the end.
After the pulque, we came back to the apartment (stopping to eat tacos on the way and grocery shopping) relaxed for a bit, showered, and went back out to dinner. We found a nice restaurant near where we live, and had some wine with pasta. It was delicious! Came back to the apartment, watched a bit more of Jurassic park, and that concludes my last day in Mexico ...
... br> Arriving in Cancun was different than I imagined. A very nice-sized, efficient airport! But getting outside and trying to find the Club Med rep who would arrange for our transport was a different story! OMG! Such confusion with bags being stuffed into vans to the bursting point and everyone trying to communicate what they want in sign language! Luckily, we had our secret weapons...two Spanish-speakers...so we were on the bus to Club Med after very little ...
... in the port of Galveston awaiting the WWL for shipment to Guayaquil Ecuador, we hope it's going to meet us in Ecuador. How did we get here you might ask, well our journey continues from where it left off on Day 2 of Aberdeen Washington.
So after staying the night in a much better motel, we quickly decided that we didn’t want to spend the weekend in Aberdeen so we packed up all 120lbs of gear and hit the road for Olympia where we then hopped on the Greyhound for ...
... of the Spanish conquistadors in the 15th Century onwards, colonising and seizing power from the natives drastically re-shaping the region in a more European style, still very much in evidence to this day. Spanish is of course the primary language spoken here although many Mayan dialects are also still in use particularly in more rural areas. Christianity too (Largely Catholicism) has made its way over here and perhaps ...