Hotel Azteca Centro
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... sandy beach to walk, too. The beach is steep though, which causes the waves to break and makes it tricky to swim in. It did not stop us though, and we found the water warm and wonderful. Our park is attached to a hotel which has a swimming pool. This is great for people from our caravan to meet and exchange stories of their day.
Although many people, especially Canadians, come to Melaque every year this is not a favorite of ours. We ...
... Passed a school and later saw a class of little kids all in White having a very exciting excursion walk to see the ship. Probably had to go back and draw it putting words of description all over. We retired to the ship early PM for cold shower, rinse clothes and lite lunch. Tonight we are trying our hand at Beetle songs guessing. We had a miserable score last night with only 9/50 for our knowledge of 80's music. What were we doing then. One we did get ...
... sanctuary) and also the Salt Museum, salt being a major local industry. Surfers come to Cuyutlan several months of the year for their enormous green waves. The lagoons surrounding Cuyutlan have abundant wildlife where birding is especially good. November will start the whale migration and Cuyutlan is right on the path.
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In Mexico, unlike the United States, Carnaval celebrations do not end on Fat Tuesday with the beginning of lent but go on for weeks. This past week friends told us about the big celebration in Cuyutlan and so we decided to check it out. Cuyutlan is a small Pacific beach town one of the closest to Ajijic. Friday night the fiesta began with a Rey ...
... We were confined to “Beverly Hill” and trying to stay in control amidst the chaos that we were not accustomed to. We did, however, attend Easter church service at San Patricio by the Sea Church and had lunch with the pastor and some of the other attendants. Lulu even sang "The Prayer" at church.
Since the RV Park allows public entry, our yard was like Grand Central Station as beach goers, tourists and vendors traversed back and forth almost ...