Holiday Inn Hermosillo
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... again, but we are not entirely sure yet where we will end up and for how long.
What we do know is our first destination will be Mazatlan. It is about 1000 miles south of Phoenix and takes about 16 hours to reach by car. We were able to find a good deal at a beachfront condo for a few weeks there, so we decided it would be a good place to decompress after many long tedious days working on the house.
We had a couple of stops to make on ...
... 8217;s funny is that our room stewart is very, very efficient. It seems every time we leave the room he comes in to straighten things up. I mean constantly. It’s not that we’re messy I don’t think – it’s just the way he is. You know how hotel maids and I guess ship stewards fold the little corners of the toilet paper into a point. I guess it’s neat but I’ve started to **** with his head a little. ...
... about the lack of space and the near inhuman conditions we were in but looking around the bus everyone else was in the same position and they were dealing with it with a smile so we tried to enjoy the experience as much as we could.
The helpful conductor let us know when we needed to get off (which they are all really good at and most of the other passengers are really helpful too) and we squeezed our way off the now full bus. This was possibly the hardest part of ...
So, I was completely expecting Central America to be the ugly, dangerous portion of this trip. But after getting my passport stamped at the border, Guatemala smacked me in the face with a big, beautiful, green open palm...millions of palms actually. The country was a throbbing mountainous mass of lush scenery, where jungle and rain forest fought for attention throughout the endless sierra ...
Our second week of Spanish school has been packed. It's coming up to Semana Santa (Easter week) so there has been a huge amount of processions, fiestas and general parties. We saw a procession of children from one of the oldest churches carrying their local saint around town. Monday I finally got my haircut which went without issue. Tuesday we saw a chicken standing outside a fried chicken shop not good positioning on his part or a great way to show ...