El Mirador Acapulco Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... other direction. The police officer then starts playing good cop and telling us he'll do us a favour and not give us a ticket if we give him money. Not only did he want money but he refused to give back our car registration, by this point Kike was losing his temper and began to get rather stern with him. Next thing I know there's $100 pesos changing hands and we were off again. Seriously f*** the police! We knew we'd have problems because of our DF number plates but ...
... to see the famous cliff divers of La Quebrada. These professional divers perform daily shows (mostly at night) as they dive 35 metres from the cliffs into the sea below. They have been diving here since 1934 and timing is everything, as we heard that the water is only around 2-4 metres deep so they must time their dive with an incoming wave. It's absolutely insane! We spent both nights watching the divers with ...
Acapulco. Once one of the world's most famous and popular resort destinations, the pretty coastal city is now mainly only visited by vacationing Mexican families (and, apparently, us). Acapulco has seen its share of gruesome gang violence in recent years, and as with many other places in the country, there are regular government protests happening in the streets. It is also still picking up the pieces ...
... been dubbed the most violent city in the world. That title has been shrugged off recently, and the tourist rush is back on.
There are really 2 sides to Acapulco - Antiguo and Nuevo. Antiguo is the old city, where it used to be the hot international destination. But as it started to get overcrowded with the riff-raff (backpackers and tourists like me), the elites moved elsewhere. They moved down the bay and built it up to a degree that you ...
Today we spent the day sailing down the coast of Mexico. From our map, we are off the coast of Acapulco. No port stops today as we are heading to Guatamala, which takes two nights and two days sailing to arrive. The waters are very calm and the sailing very smooth. We are both very relaxed and Johnny is enjoying the variety of foods on board.