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... or keep them closed and lay in itch-free humidity? It was a long sweaty night...I hate mosquitos.
The next morning, after waking up in my sauna, a swim in the Pacific sounded awesome. Fortunately I went into the hostel for some coffee first. Also drinking coffee were Alistaire and Oriana, a couple that were here to do a televised report on how Zihuatanejo had the most polluted body of water in the world. If I'd ...
... I have been so fortunate to experience in this amazing and colorful country of Mexico. This is no longer a travel blog, it somewhere, sometime turned into a blog from what has now become my second home - Zihuatanejo.
A million thanks to all of you who made my time in Mexico so very special, thanks for the fun and the laughter, the adventures, for the physical as well as the spiritual journeys.
I hope to return soon.
... 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
... without painting and it's making me feel all frustrated and annoyed despite living the dream, but through the photography I'm learning lots and meeting some pretty interesting, creative, and good people.
But I find my calm in the hills and the sea - which I by the way can hear now every night, from a perfect distance, as I fall aslep in "my room" with open windows in the house on the hill, in "Casa James".
"Hear" I say, yes I can hear, ...
... 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 ...