Hotel Fiesta Real
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... in the Copper Canyon. He told us he was going to buy a large piņata in Alamos for a piņata party at the school when we visited and if we wanted to buy candy for the piņata or school supplies for the children, we could do so here and he would collect the candy and school supplies. I purchased a bag of candy, a notebook and some pens. Wal-Mart only accepts pesos, so I paid with some of my pesos. Some of the Australians in the group mentioned it was ...
... guided by a wonderfully informative guide Emiliano who is a native of Alamos. A wealth of information, he really enhanced our appreciation of this beautiful place.
With Emiliano's guidance we also got to experience first hand a feature of the architecture here that I have spoken about elsewhere and which I really like. That feature is the garden courtyard surrounded by residential uses enclosed in a surrounding wall that is very often quite ...
... at a benefit that the Rotary is hosting for the local elementary school. Enough about food, I've gained weight writing about it. We do walk on the beach. The beach across from the park is rocky this year so we drive a little way for nice sand. Friends have a boat and invite Pete to go fishing, but with the nick name Pukeing Pete he doesn't go. We hit some balls at the driving range. Pete has a tee time this week but not showing too much ...
... how not to attack an avocado.(later)
We're back from the Sea of Cortez with many tales and in a beautiful free marina.Here we are really relaxing.It's Semana Santa (Easter to most of you) and everyone is on holiday. Mexican s really know how to do it. Allegre para todos. They are all camping and picnicking down next to us, fishing,swimming and dancing on the boat.Coming onboard and having their photo taken is very popular. As ...
... br> Going in to town and to the market we bumped into more old acquaintances, both local and cruisers.
Valentine's Day is celebrated by everyone here,I mean the family and friends too. On our way to dinner the next night,we had to negotiate the bright red steel barricades erected for Carnival,which started last night (16th -21st). A completely different vibe when compared to La Paz (see last year's carnival and ...