Hotel Barra de Navidad
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... was just his nick name. Cecil was his real name. Seven of us and Kona boarded the “Black Tuna” and had a very enjoyable day. Pechuga took us on a 30 minute ride to a great snorkeling beach where we added eels and a turtles to the animal list. We also saw a dolphin, and lots of colorful fish. I won’t list them all right now.
After Zihuatanejo we headed up the Michocan coast to Tizupan. A very small village on the Michoacan coast. ...
... the final night of the guitar festival. On Monday we had arranged for a snorkelling excursion with
a boatman who took us to a spot. While the water was a little murky we still saw lots of fish, eels, urchins and coral; and a few of us saw a turtle (tortuga) and porpoises. On the way back our guide gave us a water tour of some of the Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo residences and stopped at the fish market where the gals got the fish in the pictures for supper. ...
We hung around after dinner until the mosquitos started getting us and still the dancers hadn't shown, so we left. "We'll come back later," we told them. We'd changed clothes and were sitting round reading when Donna comes over...you want to go see the dancers? They've started.
So here we go, me in the tshirt I wear to bed--we were just going to watch, after all, but so glad we went because the dancers were cute and fun and lively.
... down to Panama,but will be happy to get to the next port (Zihuatanejo) over 300nm from here in Barra de Navidad.This is a beautiful place here in Jalisco and as usual the people amazing. We stopped at Chamela and as Linda and Darrel on Princess Erica told us it was a place not to missWe walked into the small town and asked a guy where internet might be and he told us to sit down and ...
... want to. We have bravely navigated the area on our bicycles to see what it was all about, and did get to see some fun activities, even the fireworks. So, we will see what our energy level will be like and then decide if we must try things out one more time, or just relax at home in our backyard and stare at the waves pounding on the beach. Pinch me!!! I think I am dreaming.
AND now, If you want to read on for some GEOGRAPHY and HISTIORY. Or just skip ...