Camino Real Manzanillo
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... well into the night as do most parties in Mexico. Mexicans know how to party!
On the way over we got to see the active Colima Volcano spew a little steam out and on our way home the winds whipped up a rather dense dust storm across the dry lake beds just west of us. The three and a half hour drive was over quickly with toll roads the entire way once we were away from Lake Chapala.
We hung around after dinner until the mosquitos started getting us and still the dancers hadn't shown, so we left. "We'll come back later," we told them. We'd changed clothes and were sitting round reading when Donna comes over...you want to go see the dancers? They've started.
So here we go, me in the tshirt I wear to bed--we were just going to watch, after all, but so glad we went because the dancers were cute and fun and lively.
... Mexican buffet or Mexican a la carte, which was the same. The third night both restaurants were closed, so we didn’t have any choice except buffets. To Mexican families or someone who has not been to an all-inclusive before, then this may be great, but to someone who doesn’t want cold Mexican food, then this probably isn’t for you.
I did go snorkeling every day. ...
... last year for 2 months, purely by fate. We had almost skipped this place because I had read some unfair, biased comments on-line. Melaque was unjustly reviewed for being a busy tourist trap with a polluted beach. One person claimed that the RV park that we stay at was responsible for the e-coli that was making swimmers sick.
What convinced me of the truth was when we were forced to come to Melaque from Puenta Perula, which is 2 hours north, only ...
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Swimming! Micah and Zola spent so much time in the pool that they turned into prunes (see photos). Las Hadas has a great pool; just right for Micah and Zola, who are becoming good swimmers. Leah and I spent our time watching and playing with the kids and socializing with the Las Hadas regulars from Minnesota.
Boat ride on the ocean! Jimmy and Barb invited all of us to join them for noontime ...