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... heritage continues to this day." So we didn't book a tour but joined many others just walking the town and window shopping. We paused for a time to chat with a dad and his little boy with some English. It was warm and humid so needed a drink but not anything with local water. We found a place with umbrellas and seats on the pavement and so off I went in Spanish, Buenos Dias. Dos Coke por favor. I'm sure you can work that out. All good till the price. We ...
... coast near us on the Pacific coast named Cuyutlan and met several of the local expats living there. The opportunity came up for us to build our own RV camping park so here we are. Construction of our Coconutz RV Park in Cuyutlan began three weeks ago and we hope to have phase 1 open by November. Phase 1 will consist of 4 beach front sites and bathroom/shower facilities located near the beginning of Cuyutlan's malecon(water ...
... a local beach full of local restaurants. We didn’t eat here, but I guess it was good for a change of scenery. The last day of snorkeling was quite good although I forgot my camera. We saw sting rays, eels and some other interesting fish. I have seen better, but this was still pretty good. At night, I got a lawn chair and sat out late listening to the waves and trying to clear my mind.
... our bicycles to just about everywhere rarely drive our truck, They have everything we need, and if not, we are a short one hour drive to the next large town of Manzanillo.
The locals are the friendliest people we have ever met. It did not take long for us to get to know many of the local shop owners on a first name basis. Buenos dias and adios as we ride our bikes to run errands. And as for the tourists, we have met people from all corners of ...
... Gary and Jimmy’s friend, Wolf, manages a restaurant in Manzanillo which houses five or six squirrel monkeys. Also, down the block, he is raising toucans and some other tropical birds. The kids loved it. Zola was in heaven watching the monkeys and feeding them crackers.
Hanging out with Grandpa! Enough said?
Looking for whales! The kids got us up before sunrise every morning to look for whales. A pod of whales had ...