Hotel Playa de Cortes
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was perfecto, plus able to use fab facilities, decor and amazing views out to the Sea of Cortez
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... fiberglass hull might warp due again to extreme heat. The list goes on. So we weren't real excited to open a hopefully proverbial can of worms that late in the day.
The next morning we opened the boat and other than the exterior being filthy from the dirt boatyard, we were super pleased to find not a single bug in the interior. Major sigh of relief! Over the course of the next five days we prepared Winterhawk to be ...
... and we would be leaving early, long before the fuel dock opened. We checked in with the fuel dock guy to see when he would be open while we were sitting on the stairs taking care of our internet chores. He said the computer was down and until it was functional he couldn’t pump any fuel.
We found out the fuel pumps were down at nine in the morning. For the rest of the day Rick obsessed with taking on fuel that ...
... small beads for the cultured pearls. Larry bought me some beautiful earrings - grey and pink in color. The tour ended with lunch and then an informative local history walk.
Yesterday we had a nature tour on the deck of a small boat. The woman who guided us was very informed and gave us great detail on the geology of the area as well as the birds and fish. We were lucky to spot blue fin whales but did not see ...
... went to breakfast at 7:00 a.m. We had a breakfast buffet with several Mexican offerings including chorizo, beans and scrambled eggs with red and green peppers and onions, sautéed mushrooms and of course, salsa as a condiment. Lots of breads and pastries, too.
We boarded the coach at 8:00 a.m. for the short drive to the boat. Sergio had told us there would be a seat rotation on our tour, which is typical of most tours, so that we would all ...
Guaymas is Mexico's second largest Pacific port after Mazatlan and situated in a bay on the Gulf of California. It is also popular with tourists. There is not much to report about our journey there. The hotel was brand new and memorable because it did not have a licence for serving alcohol! Very upsetting for some people ...