City Express Lazaro Cardenas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... is a wave for everyone, breaking in peak after peak all the way to the inside. After surf we chowed down on a huge breakie followed by that beautiful thing of sunny surf trips- hammock time siesta. And thus our days continue: wake, surf, coffee, breakie, hammock siesta, reading, surf, lunch, frizbee, cold beer, dominoes, (often another surf), dinner, another game of dominoes and then reading some more or a cheeky episode of Game of Thrones on Josh’s computer. It’s a hard ...
We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard ...
... hoping for bunks so we could sleep and leave in the morning but only semi's in the u.s have two deluxe beds. So full and sleepy and in the dark we prepare to get out and walk the rest of the way to the border as he parks to sleep for the night. He explains how dangerous it is to hitch hike in Guatemala and to even be out in Guatemala by night and recommends we get a hotel.
So now we are leaving the most Dangerous country by American standards and ...
... them is to look for vendors standing in the road, they are always at a speed bump selling bags of coconut water, oranges, slices of cucumber or bread rolls, one I remember well was a guy selling hunks of cheese directly off his knife, holding the larger chunk of cheese in his other hand.
We stayed a night in La Saladita under a palapa on the beach at Paco’s campground. We took a long ...
... garish colours, the insides fare worse with dilapidated seats, large flashing speakers (one bus had lights flashing in the shape of Christmas decorations) and the drivers choice of music (more miss than hit - think Justin Bieber or lame American rap). Other decorations usually involve football team pendants and Jesus homages plastered on the walls. The upside is that the chicken buses are cheap, frequent and you get to meet and chat to local ...