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... guesthouse. In amongst a Mexican neighborhood. Good local food stalls and general stores near by. $125 MXN per person. Maruata- Near the beach front next to the Internet cafe. Basic, clean rooms with fan $300 MXN per room. Room has two double beds and a bathroom. Trancones- On Main Street next to Lourdes quesadillas. On the left hand side heading towards the beach. Rooms are very simple with either one or two beds and a fan. Bathrooms are very basic with cold showers. ...
... 8217;s birthday present. She asked us the date which we told her and she wrote down March 31st. So here comes the surprise.
Our room door was decorated with balloons and a banner saying happy birthday Ann and there were balloons over the bed. It turns out that there was also a happy birthday message in the daily news of events for the resort. Quite a surprise! After a little nap, we were tired or maybe it was five tequilas and two beers, we went to the ...
... crabs. So I was quick to avoid them, I didn't need any poking up and getting ****** off that I walked on one of their holes. BUT, just on the other side of the rocks, on a totally clear peice of sand, I stepped and in 2 seconds I was sure I had just stepped right through a piece of glass. INSTANT pain, like a bee sting but almost worse. I could barely walk. I looked at the bottom of my foot and nothing. A small tiny little hole that was slightly red. ...
... on Fridays and Sundays (although we were seldom made it in time!). We knew exactly where to go for the best fish tacos.
We were there since before peak season started. Long enough to see the beach take new shape. Long enough to notice the temperature drop and the ocean cool. Long enough to see holidaymakers come and go. Long enough to see an influx of vendors for the busy season. We even noticed when some vendors started cutting corners - using corn tortillas ...