Fiesta Inn Coatzacoalcos
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decided to tackle the job myself and got some Mexican help. We completed the
task in 3 weeks.
It was a major rehab and we did not have access to U.S.
parts. We did a lot of improvising and it came out OK. It may not be pretty on
the outside, but the job was solid. The inside finish work will be done north
of the border when we take our first trip back to the U.S.
That brings us to our next topic. Our ...
... and not very confident, so he reacts. Ok, I recover and I'm awake now. Cat (his mom) gives me the bag of salchichas (cut up hot dog) and I have them in my shirt pocket. I guess he'll tolerate me now that I have the treats. We get out on the street and it's like a donkey that doesn't want to move. He leans up against the wall and really has to be tugged on to continue. We get on the street heading to the lake and it's all downhill, ...
... yes, its on the other side of the carretera and to come with her. I was afraid of this, there is no crosswalk, so we wait until absolutely no one is coming and we cross. As we are waiting for the bus, she wants to know how much my yoga mat was. I look on the receipt and show her. I'm not sure why she asked or what she thought. It was about $10 USD. Anyway, the bus comes right ...
... always evidence of flooded streets and puddles of water that take a little longer to dry up. The main road in to the RV park becomes covered with mud and is similar to driving in the winter slush in New England. That muddy slush will stay throughout the summer and, although it is passable with a vehicle, bicycle riding is nearly impossible, for us gringos, that is. We see the Mexicans pedaling through it without any problemos.
August and ...
... view of Ajijic.
A couple of the ladies had steak, some had pasta and the balance of us had meals prepared with shrimp as that seemed to be the most common item on the menu. Some had margarita's - most had wine....a lot of wine. Most of us followed up the meal with some of the best chocolate cake with cream cheese icing I've ever had. The waiter spoke excellent English and they even had music playing in the background. We had a good time, a lot of ...