Hotel Los Reyes
Travel Blogs from Acapulco
... what I don’t want to do! I am not ready to share my thoughts just yet but I will say that I have a number of possibilities I need to follow up on to see what could be possible once I graduate (wow that sounds scary just saying that!).
I am not sure when you will get another update because much will depend on work pressure. However, there is the small matter of my zumba performance coming up in a couple of weeks so watch this space!!! ...
not really much happened here. Went to the paque papagayo, which Nev loved. The playground got pretty hot by lunchtime. We stayed in an old colonial style hotel centered on a lush courtyard. first night we went to the zocalo, which had a bounce house, and ate at a restaurant there. Jaime's carnitas was half fat, but my el pastor ...
... incidents, tourism has taken a drastic decline, resulting in hotels offering cheap rates and lodging.
Despite all this information Sarah and I still ventured down this once beachside hotspot to take a look. We had booked a nice hotel room to celebrate Sarah’s birthday once again (this time with no rain). Checking in we were upgraded to a Junior Suite, never in 7 months of travelling had we stayed in a place so luxurious. 4 rooms made up ...
... they saw they guys doing it were very young. We did
try to point out to them that maybe there was a reason there were no
old ones but it seemed to fall on deaf ears.
We could have and would have stayed had
it not been for a quick glimpse at the map of Mexico with calendar in
hand, we have about three weeks to be out of Mexico – and that in
the truck is a push!!!
... and it really flew by. Before I knew it all my groomsmen were smoking the cigars, the mariachi band as out, there was dancing, a beautiful cake was presented and then we were off to our room. I know this all happened over four hours, it just seems like it went much faster. At any rate it was an amazing night, and one of the best parties I have ever been to!
I'll leave out the stories about what happens next, as there might be children reading this, but by the end of the ...