Club El Moro Hotel Suites
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... or Chemainus, British Columbia, around June 15th, barring any bad weather, etc. We will be there to pick her up when she arrives.
We don't want anyone to get the wrong impression from this last post. We have had a truly fabulous, remarkable journey and wouldn't take it back for any reason. Mexico is a wonderful country to visit and her people could not have been friendlier. We will carry our experiences there in our hearts and minds, never ...
... of lost luggage's and the delay waiting at the conveyor belt at pickup.(By the way there is an amazing company that I recommend called “eBags” the carry-on luggage is versatile, well built and they have a no questions asked warranty policy). So, 6:00am gives us an extra 2 ½ hours at the airport for whatever small print they want to throw at me.
We load our luggage in the car and pick up my mother in law ...
... was pumped to see a snack truck. "?Tienes cervesa?" No dice. Ugh... It was 11 AM. Still plenty of time. We set up shop under a thatch umbrella (palapa) and relaxed in the cool late morning breeze. Eventually the water beckoned and I began to wade out into the shallow bay. "Shuffle your feet!" Tanya reminded me. She was warning me about the high population of sting rays in the area. We had heard several stories of people stepping on the stealthy beasts ...
... sometimes lasting for hours. The whales didn't feel playful today however, and we were happy to leave with our very near encounter with the gaints. After two hours, we headed back to shore. Tanya could have stayed out there for hours. We stopped at what seemed to be the only local restaurant around. It was a small place with one large room, a few local families sitting at tables and simplistic vibe that reminded me of the rural restaurants I had frequented in ...
LA PAZ, BAJA
CALIFORNIA SUR, MEXICO
N24° 09.546' W110° 19.101’
Rosscos Hostel in San Cristobal de las Casas was inclined to be noisy at night due to them having no rules concerning noise from inmates after say 10pm. We were also kept awake till late there because of inconsiderate other dorm occupants banging the door or not closing it every time they went out. Never mind the mess they left the place ...