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Travel Blogs from Zihuatanejo
... 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 ...
... you and your neighbor, friends, shops, the launderette, the shoe-maker and the butcher and the ice-cream parlor are all “on the same boat”.
It isn’t hard to understand why people smile more.
Here it doesn’t feel like “I’m going OUT” to go somewhere, we all dwell in the same room, the same realm of soft warm air, it brings everything a little closer.
Life here is so colorful.
To me it feels like I have ...
... And there, all of a sudden, like he'd always been there, I could see his eyes and nostrils just above the surface. A small one, but a beautiful one. I was hoping he would catch one of the birds wading nearby, but after a loooong time ready with my camera, I gave up as my stomach started growling for food.
There, by the lake, watching the animals and the fishermen, I feel totally calm and content. Inner peace, so hard to find, but so good when you get it.
I shall ...
... to Acapulco for the weekend. The bus had a bathroom inside, but unfortunately you knew this due to the residing smell that encapsulated the whole bus. Everyone was covering their faces with whatever random object they had on them; I was using my hat. I noticed the window opened, so I jumped to it and let the fresh air gush in. This definitely helped the situation, especially when putting my whole head outside the window and ...
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.