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... Ugly King) contest which was a comedy act with members of the audience being asked to the stage to endure the taunts of the comedians. Not understanding all of the Spanish but enough to gist it was quite funny. The crowd was wild with laughter at this act and finally in the end there was a winner who was crowned by Miss Cuyutlan who wore a tiara that was a mile high! She also was accompanied ...
Having fun in La Mazanilla
Sounds like we will be leaving Zihuatanejo tomorrow :<(…. (that was about 4 days ago, perhaps more if you haven't been checking this blog everyday like you should be ;<) but keep reading and I’ll bring you up to speed. Zihuatanejo is a real nice city, not too large, and very Mexican. There are a fair amount of tourists here, but it’s not built up like Ixtapa next door. No modern buildings that don’t ...
... and after setting up camp at DonGabi's we went down the beach to Pedro's for fish tacos. On account of the live music playing we paid a premium as follows. Fish tacos for 15 pesos each and beer for 25 pesos 2 people 3 beer and 6 fish tacos for 150 peso or $12.50 or $15.00 CAD with tip. On the way down the beach we saw the spray likely from whales but they were a long way off.
Friday we went to a market in the Centro where they had a lot ...
... day, yesterdays overcast and light rain is a distance memory. Cathie, Joan and Kathleen are busy making breakfast, outside the van, Kona resting under Hazel, but looking forward to the up coming beach time. I have done my chores, sweeping the mat, and making coffee. Well desayuno is almost ready, so best let you go.
We are off to Guadalajara this afternoon, so last day at
the beach,... for a couple weeks.
... more. You won't find any details at La Campana.
After that we headed to the White Town, Comala. I really didn't know what to expect... we made the stop because it was on the way and people said we should see it and it's a designated Pueblo Magico. Well, it really is white! All of the facades of buildings had been white since the 60s. I was told that coffee produced in this region is especially scrumptious so I bought some. I have yet to try it. You ...