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- Swimming pool
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... sandy beach to walk, too. The beach is steep though, which causes the waves to break and makes it tricky to swim in. It did not stop us though, and we found the water warm and wonderful. Our park is attached to a hotel which has a swimming pool. This is great for people from our caravan to meet and exchange stories of their day.
Although many people, especially Canadians, come to Melaque every year this is not a favorite of ours. We ...
... Missouri. This is gorgeous and natural part of the country with places like the Buffalo River National Park, Blanchard Springs Caverns, Hot Springs National Park, Greer's Ferry Lake, Bull Shoals Lake, Mammoth Springs and Spring River. We never tired of this part of the country with countless state parks and Corps of Engineer campgounds to choose from. In 1983 we spent most of that year traveling around the American ...
We continued on to Comila where we stopped and had a coffee in a little roadside 'Tim Hortons'. This coffee was the real deal though, grown in plantations in this area.
Not far away was the city of Colima. Years ago, we had been here and not much had changed. It is still a lovely colonial city with a fairly laid back feeling to it. As usual, I find it hard to believe that only 30 years after 'Colombus sailed the ocean blue', the spanish ...
... is small and not your typical tourist resort places that most of us are familiar with. Melaque is actually much less attractive than Puerto Vallarta or Cancun. Melaque has about 7,000 full-time residents, which multiplies substantially during the winter season when all the snowbirds arrive. I am not familiar with all the facts, but you can tell that the town depends on the tourists for their livelihood. It does not appear to be much going on during ...
... on the corn chips, and a plate of corn chips with some beef, lettuce & cheese. Okay. Whatever. It was too hot to eat anyway.
We ordered beer (cerveza pronounced sir-vase-uh) and they wanted to know which brand? I said Corona and you would have thought I had ordered a non-Mexican beer. Uh. No. Not available. The guide explained there were two cerveza plants in Mexico – one being Bohemia and the other Corona. Bohemia is the GOOOOOOD stuff ...