Gran Hotel Huatulco
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... Marlene arrange for a group of people to take a private tour with jet skis around this port. The group consisted of Marlene and Jim, Bob and Kay and Joanne and myself. Everyone in this group also belonged to cruise critic.
I had contacted this tour company about the possibility of booking a tour with them on my own. I never heard back from them until after the cruise so decided to go with Marlene. We had hoped to go on the longer jet ski tour but since we didn't hear back ...
... Los is our gain because that place was just spectacular! I like to try different places for every meal, but we just have to go back to that place. And we will. Possibly as soon as tonight! It has a very local flavor but the clientele is somehow 50%25 Canadian. We expect this is the trip advisor effect. After dinner, we walked down the street and past an even more local looking and feeling place subtract Canadians and add Mexicans. We will be going ...
Enjoyed a very good interdenominational Easter Service on board ship this morning before getting ready for our fishing trip in the afternoon. We went deep sea fishing and Richard caught a black tuna, and two others caught big yellow fin tuna, one about 20 pounds and the other 30 pounds. ...
... the sun set remember....)
Zipolite is famous for being a nudest beach and a great surf beach. The hostel I stayed at was right on the beach, Dos Estrellas, it was super cheap, but I know they were putting the prices up the closer it came to Xmas. My room was on the 2nd floor, and was very very basic, a bed and a bathroom (what else do you need at the beach?) with a view of the ocean, cost me about $8 a night. The dining and "social" area was actually ...
... other beaches which may have been, and probably were, beautiful too.
Puerto Angel is a dusty uninteresting town and seemed to be a bit deserted on this day before Christmas. We reached a perch with fabulous view of large cove. This is where we first noticed the loud blue birds with long tail feathers and a little plume of feathers on their ...