Hotel Hacienda de Melaque
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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I’m off to check out Manzanillo, my next port-of-call.
Speaking of nautical ways, if you had a boat and are crazy about bays and beaches, that would be the way to go. There are so many inaccessible beaches, even by 4-wheeler. If you want a change of pace from sleeping on the boat, just blow up your ‘dory’ or whatever, grab your grub, grill and sleeping mat ...
... to get two more done after this one.]
Went out for dinner, and libation to relieve my internet frustrations. Forgot the name of the restaurant, but it's the fanciest one I saw (not that I was looking for a fancy one - just someplace good).
... but there was nary a one to be found today. So I hoofed the two miles to the hwy ( about 50 min, and a pound of salt and sweat). No free ride today; I would have gladly paid the $2 or $3 for a cab.
As I get to the hwy, the bus is just pulling away from the bus stop. I was in front of him, so he just pulled over and I jumped on. This happens a lot: just yesterday in Boca, I saw the bus crossing the hwy to return to ...
... to do a good thing. Check out the flyer tho--as much as they try, English is dang difficult for them, but then I'd hate to have to write a flyer in Spanish, either.
So the four of us get duded up and walk over to the restaurant at 6:30. Starts at 6:30, right? Flyer says 6:30 and like dummies we show up on. the. dot.
Oh dear. Have we learned NOTHING yet? Of COURSE we're the only ones there--they hardly have the tables set. I believe ...
... two great swimming pools that we can cool off in.
We will wait and see and decide in a little while where to go. Aahhh, the dilemma of having a home on wheels. I am so glad that we are not stuck in any one place and can always move to any other place we chose. We can even return to those we have been to and try things out again. Still, almost two years later of full-time RVing, we have not had any regrets. There is still more to do and more to see. One day at a ...