Hotel Fontan Reforma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... see the Angel of Independence and to grab a bite to eat, which ended up turning into a nearly 3 hour gab session over slushy drinks. I still wasn't feeling great, but we walked around the area (a notorious gay/red-light district, full of amazingly friendly people dancing and making out in the streets, who pretty much all assumed Vanessa and I were lesbians! Very cool area!) after dinner was nice, and we caught a cab back home to hit the ...
... sons, and pins for Badi and the guard. It ended to be a late one catching up with Sara before turning in. Apparently back in the day, the hostel used to house multiple families who shared communal amenities such as kitchen, bathroom and dance hall. Now it is a refurbished and picturesque Spanish villa with open air sitting areas with fountain and large aviary filled with canaries. It is highly secure with video cameras and security guard posted ...
... 5-6H to Mexico City, both Jim and I thinking after yesterday's viewing it might be worthwhile to skip today's butterfly reserve for an afternoon in the DF. Today's reserve is actually included in the itinerary so will have to be grin and bear it.
Nobody understands why Sid called the Hotel Albergue Don Bruno a 'basic' hotel. Its grounds are very pleasing. The place looks relatively new. Maybe we switched hotels.
Jim is probably going to skip the walk today, ...
... sells electronic stuff and disco gear trying to buy antibiotics over the counter. No luck so will just have to see if we get sick and need to see a dr for a script. Back just in time to meet Diane for dinner. We went to the House of Tiles which was very peaceful with a fountain and murals and more nice food. Exhausted after a big day so resisted visiting the tequila bar. It's now 10pm and the teachers are getting restless and noisy. Lets hope they get tired ...
... have thought?! - see surf report) surfing was off the agenda after the first afternoon. This meant we spent our time exploring the coast.
Mazunte Beach is an hour south and one of the most beautiful beaches we came across on the trip. Carrizalillo Beach was just north of the port and with crystal clear water this was another amazing bay with nothing but a few beach bars keeping you refreshed as the afternoon sun went down.