Club Fiesta Mexicana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... We saw what we think are “Caiman crocodilus (spectacled caiman)” right in front of our campsite! There was a little territorial display to top off their performance and I was able to photograph a little of it. We had some heated discussion about whether this is a caiman or alligator or crocodile. We visited a protected site a few days later in La Mazinilla. The people there insisted that we were seeing crocodiles. Actually ...
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... But, there is hope. Thank you Mexico for looking after me. If it was not for the Mexican healthcare system, I don’t know what I would be doing. I guess, I would have to give up our travel plans, pack up and move back to Florida or Massachusetts and put up with the constant issues, red tape and faulty health care system that everyone else is dealing with. Hope things change for the better.
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We happily took a Red Car from Guelph to the Toronto airport, at the ungodly hour of 3 a.m. Our flight left at 6:30 a.m. and we were not taking chances on delays due to driving conditions because of bad weather. The roads were clear.
Our flight to Mexico City was easy. One stop in Charlotte, North Carolina and we arrived in Mexico City at 12:30 pm. We had to wait until 6:30 pm for our Aeromar flight to Manzanillo but that was okay. It only took us 2 hours ...
... in the bay near our condo a few days earlier. We never saw them, but we enjoyed watching the sun rise and scanning the ocean as a family.
Watching the pelicans dive! We spent a few lazy afternoons just watching pelicans dive for fish. Very entertaining.
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