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... they didn't
eat breakfast!” I exclaimed. We laughed and walked away after
dropping a few dollar bills into their hats as a tip!!
Still at the Malecon, I spotted a group of Mexican Aztec dancers in their
colourful costumes. Their headdresses are made of real bird
feathers. Some of the feathers were more than a meter long. It was
amazing how their colors, and their texture came together as a real
colorful piece of art. ...
... Flores. Los Amigos. This hostel was one f the best on the trip so far. They had a restaurant and bar with western food. The setting is nice and there are fans all trough the garden. Rooms were $55Q a night per person for a dorm room with a bathroom and fan. Also they have a good TV room. Rio Dulce- Hotel Kanagroo. email@example.com. This place is about a 10-15 minute boat ride from the town. Nice jungle setting. The hotel is cute with good ventilated dorm rooms. Beds ...
... are on a waiting list for detailing. They are very friendly and off we go to the airport.
We arrive with plenty of time, check in and then go for breakfast after passing through security. We have breakfast at the Belgian Beer Café. Ann had eggs Benny on potato pancakes and Dave had an omelette; we also had a pressed coffee. Both meals were excellent and the service was good. The Edmonton Airport has really been upgraded. It has nice tile ...
... we came to PV at this time of year (although it's not high turtle season) but there we were, waiting for these little turtles to appear. Theresa was near tears. After an hour of waiting, a little boy and his parents came carrying a sand pail. He had found a baby turtle in the sand this morning and wanted to take it to AMA Mexico to see what to do and how best to release it. That was our first sighting of a baby turtle and even I have to admit it was ...
... with his quad bike, saving us the walk down and up the hill.
As we cruised through town we waved goodbye to the familiar faces along the way. My all-natural ice-cream amigo was touting his wares in the plaza. David was manning the internet cafe. He also works at a hotel on the northside and at Monchi's restaurant. Waiting for a bus or lift, we also saw Carlos and Leo drive by, doing their thang.
Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name...