Fiesta Inn Coatzacoalcos
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... there was no way we were traveling that fast, I was completely confused but told Kike there is no way we are paying this corrupt **** bag that much money but in reality what choice do you have? Kike offered him 300 pesos and with that the police officer took the cash and let us go. We drove off a little bit shaken up and wondering how the hell he could have known our speed, it wasn't until we calmed down and discussed it that we realised we had been ...
... see below or run slide show).
Back in Ajijic and after 6pm, so it's dinner time.
Tried another semi recommended place, right on the lake.
I can't believe they have a live tree growing right up through the men's room!
... how little it's rained in the last three weeks.
Today the clouds are only puffballs over the mountains, with very little haze.
I just checked my budget. My lodging choices are definitely on the 'budget' side, but I wouldn't say my dining has been. If you wanted to stay in better places, I would at least double what I'm spending ($40 for you). Food and drinks: $20/person (except for you partiers: at least double ...
... to a 90-something year old man who is practically blind, but still sits on a stool outside his house and makes fishing nets. He has a very old dog too so Hal and Jerry bring him some food also. I shake each persons hand and tel them I'm happy to meet them (in Spanish).
We visit more people and homes and walk through back streets and alleyways. My favorite is Maria who is also ...
... allows you to stay in their country for up to 5 years as a temporary resident, which is our current visa status. Then you must switch over to a permanent resident or leave and return again as a visitor. So, we can take up to another 3-years to decide what to do. I can see us living out our “retirement” years somewhere down here. I absolutely love the weather. There is no comparison to any other place we have been. Coupled with the ...