Hotel Hacienda Flamingos
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We stayed here last month on our way south to Puerto Vallarta and liked it so much we're staying here again on our way back up north.
So I'm out walking the beach the next morning saying hola to all the people I meet and this guy says, are you interested in flying?
Next thing you know we're flying tandem in this 60hp 2 stroke ultra light they call a trike cause ...
... counter, who was about 12 years old, for “dos cervesas por favor” (two beers please) he replied “uno momento” (one moment.) He slipped out from behind the counter and went out the front door. In a very short period of time he returned carrying two ice-cold bottles of beer! He returned to his post behind the counter, grabbed an opener, popped the caps off the bottles and handed Paul and me each a beer. ...
... charts and guide books but the number one source for info is other cruisers. After Unleashed and Moments had visited each other for a bit, we had all the low down we needed to get ashore and begin our exploration the next morning.
In order to explore the terra firma we had to first get to it. There are no docks here. Not even a dinghy dock. That meant we had to do a dinghy landing through the surf. If you’ve been reading our blog you ...
... glorious, pristine coastline on the other side. I can't count how many times we made a turn and my breath was taken away by the views.
The highway passes through many small fishing communities, agricultural communities, and then some of the huge Mexican vacation destinations like Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta. The country side of Mexico is very similar to the other countries we visited in Central America: outdoor kitchens, wood ...
... November 20 was the bicentennial of the beginning of Mexico’s fight for independence, and the centennial of their revolution. Two weekends of parades, pageants, live music, dancing, fireworks, and merriment late into the night. One of my favorite things were the churros, they were mixed, deep fried, then dunked in cinnamon sugar right there on the corner, fresh, hot and delicious! There were a lot of kids in ...