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... drugs. I said no, and he told his colleague to...get lost (my California level of Spanish understood what he really told him).
Zihuatanejo is a lovely looking beach town; the inconspicuous version of it's twin on the other side of the bay - Ixtapa. I came in without any hostel reservations, so was prepared to sleep in el Burro for the night. But, just for giggles, I had a recommended hostel to check out. ...
... heat was getting to me, or too much sun. As the days all too briefly came to an end and my return to Stockholm came closer, I started getting more confused than ever, getting words muddled up and randomly mixing in Swedish with my English and Spanish.
Most of my last couple of months in Zihuatanejo I spent painting and preparing for an art exhibition at LOOT, an awesome "life-style shop" that not only sells cool surf-stuff, but also has ...
... museum and the Hacienda museum we visited with our guide yesterday. Tomorrow we are off to Zihuatanejo
with Joan as additional crew for our rendezvous with the beaches. It will be a long flight but with luck and good fortune our westys and personel will no matter the weather, weather the weather together if fine fit and form.
Until next time (Hasta luego y beunas dias)
Marc, of The Wandering Wildberries
... the tranquility I get from walking in the hills, swimming in the sea, taking the odd yoga-class, or paddle-boarding.
I went out this morning and on my way through the bay to the open sea I "flew" over schools of fish shimmering in the sun that penetrated the water beneath me. As I returned I had a close encounter with a marine turtle (not sure but I think was an Olive Ridley). A pretty perfect beginning to any day!
Too much time ...
... the fisherman's dock and they were unloading.'Only 2 tuna', they said' after going out 60nm to sea and all day'.Strange Tony and I saw tuna jumping outside the bay.However, the dolphins eat quite a few. It's Semana Santa (Easter) now and everyone is on holiday .It's a Mexican holiday paradise.Small cafe's ,shops on the malecon and music everywhere. The people are so laid back and friendly.We ate on the beach and it was so full of ...