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From the Ship's Log: "Despite a rather brief history as a Mexican Riviera resort destination, the local community has remained true to its roots without succumbing to mainstream franchise-ridden touristy malceovers. Instead, Manzanillo does a fine job of maintaining its lush tropical geography and pueblo-like vibrantly coloured houses cascading down its verdant hillsides. The local vibe is alive at the town's waterfront "zocalo" where the city's ...
... 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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... Manzanillo, the owners had a car that Pat and Gail could use. We were able to plan little day trips to several places in and around Manzanillo, which was great.
Our first trip was to Colima, the city that lies in the foothills of an active volcano. Susan and Bill had suggested we stop in two places that were on the way - Suchitlan and Comala. So that is what we did.
Suchiltlan is a cute, small town located amongst coffee plantations and fruit ...
... a little humid, but not too bad. Ocean breezes seem to cool things off. And so far, we have seen rain only once since November.
Now we are on the Christmas season and the town is booming with tourists and shoppers. Christmas lights decorate many building and streets. Although we have seen some of the bigger cities exploit the holidays early in October, this little town of Melaque just started a couple of weeks ago, and not to the same capacity. A ...
... and go-go-go… I was very excited to get off the ship and do something!
We boarded our bus and headed toward Colima, Mexico. The thing I immediately noticed about Manzanillo was their incredibly poor standard of living. The houses and businesses were seemingly uninhabitable to me yet there were people inside the homes. There was mold growing on the sides of homes, big holes in lots of areas, lots of windows had bars and no glass, just ...