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Travel Blogs from Manzanillo
After hauling my way out to Playa Santiago where I thought there was a nice beach to hang by (not) I cabbed it back into downtown Manzanillo and into a quaint colonial style hotel in the heart of the 'action' called, Colonial Hotel. They appeared proud of their establishment (or fearful of theft) as the name was plastered over everything. My …
Lounging at the pool Saturday we heard about a Mexican fiesta the next night there at the restaurant. With dancers and "especial Dinner" of Mexican tacos, we were in! We LOVE folk dancing whether it's Mexican or Peruvian or Thai. We love the music, the colors, the dancers--it's always great entertainment.
You know how some people will always hit the museums wherever they travel--well with us it's the folk dancing. And this was a fund raiser too, so it was ...
... 8220;10” with Bo Derek when she had dreads in her hair. 17 years later Tesoro was build and now it is way overpopulated with Mexicans. The hotel cannot handle the amount of people that stay here. There is a hotel next door that is being built that will crowd this bay even more and I think it will be nicer than this one. 80% of the people here were Mexican families. There was not a ...
Villa Corona Chimulco Trailer Park
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Teotihuacan RV and Trailer Park Park
Lopez Mateos #17
... in Colima, establishing a Spanish settlement. In 1540, a royal road was built connecting it to Mexico City. So it became a pretty important trading centre between M.C. and the Pacific Coast. We walked around and just enjoyed visiting the town again.
Of course, we saw Colima's famous dancing dogs pottery. The real dogs, called Xolos, have been known to exist in Mexico for more than 3,000 years. They have little hair and some have little manes ...