El Marquez de Santana
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... travelers. Its ˝ block from the beach so just qualifies under our maximum distance requirement. Rodrico is very nice and knows a lot about the area, like the trail to the light house. A small group of us hiked it yesterday. Great views up and down the coast, plus back into the bay of Zihuatanejo.
This morning we were up early (holiday time) and off to go snorkeling with Pechuga. Those of you up on your Spanish will wonder about the name "Chicken Breast" ...
... the final night of the guitar festival. On Monday we had arranged for a snorkelling excursion with
a boatman who took us to a spot. While the water was a little murky we still saw lots of fish, eels, urchins and coral; and a few of us saw a turtle (tortuga) and porpoises. On the way back our guide gave us a water tour of some of the Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo residences and stopped at the fish market where the gals got the fish in the pictures for supper. ...
... sorry--I didn't hear you say con gas, please could I have "natural"?
The waiter says no problem! I run right to the store very quick and he was off like a flash. It couldn't have been two minutes later he was bringing me my bottle of cold water.
The Mexican tacos plate was 4 homemade tortillas piled high with pork or beef, then you finish them off with beans, lettuce, two kinds of pico de gallo, hot red sauce or mild tomatillo and soon your ...
... Mexicans and Canadians and is the larger of the two villages. It contains the town square and most of the retail shops, whereas, Villa Obregón, which is to the east, is more residential.
Melaque, in the Mexican state of Jalisco, is located on the West coast between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo, about two 2 miles north of Barra de Navidad. Melaque is popular for many tourists because it is loaded with all types of accommodations, such as bungalows, ...
... I suspect was a farm workers residence at one time. In a small town along the way, and at a local market I spotted a taco maker made of wood. I would have bought one but reasoned that after I made my first few tacos, it would just add to the pile of little used things that I have and would eventually have to get rid of.
Joe, the landlord of the condo we rented for one week, treated us royally and drove us to the local shopping area where we stocked ...
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