Hotel Club Papanoa
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... br> surface. Workers often fell to their deaths and between this work and the mercury processing, the average life expectancy was around 25 years of age for the workers. Ergo the need for black slaves as described earlier. I believe he talked about this facility going through 350,000 workers in its lifetime. Some conquistadors were truly nasty people in their quest for wealth.
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Yes,crocodiles on the beach! We've sailed another 300nm and arrived in this beautiful town of Zihuatanejo (try to pronounce that! we've also picked up a new crew member, Ginny who we met in Barra. Before we left Barra I went back to see the monkey in the Hotel Sands, as I'd bought him a bright yellow toy ball (he'd got nothing to do, or play with) .I also gave him a fresh tomato and he gently held my hand,oh,he was so sweet and so sad in ...
... the easy way out and went ashore as part of a trip.
We chose to, yet again, snorkel and a trip round the harbour. Of course we had not had enough of the sea, but it was the cooler option. However, the temperature had dropped slightly and we were transported out on a catamaran to see some seals, and rocks which reminded us of Dorset with Old Harry Rocks and Durdle Door. Some of the ...
... expected. I headed for Playa La Ropa but as I got to the end of that beach, I asked if I could go all the way to the beautiful and protected little white sandy beach of Las Gatas. And yes I could!
I just needed to follow the little path, then climb the rocks by the water, and it would take me there round the bend. So I moved my feet swiftly, grinning to myself each time I cheated a wave from getting my feet wet, as I skipped along on the slippery ...
Miles Per Gallon: 18.9
Among a scramble to find a secure (ideally beachside) sleeping spot, we stumbled upon Nuxco based on hearsay from the locals on a good campspot. It had sand and was next to the ocean, so I guess it was the beach. It was really just huge sand dunes with plants and grass growing on them. Pretty cool, I guess - just not what we expected.