Hotel Posada del Rey
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... two people. It's called a demo flight and it demo'd the ocean waaaay below us, I'll tell you.
I went up with him first, then Bob, then tall Bob went up in a larger craft--a 80hp 4 stroke, so he got to go faster, higher and further.
But we all had a blast and now I can't tell which pictures were tall Bob's and which were mine. Doesn't matter tho--it was too much fun.
... ran next door to the tienda and bought the beers. Talk about service! Try that one in the good old US of A! Just so you don't we're that cheap we did buy pizzas and more drinks from them as well as give the barkeep a healthy tip. We watched the rest of the game and enjoyed the family, especially the little girl who was quite the character and who befriended Rick (are you listening Sophie Cunningham?)
After the game we ...
... we have had a bad experience landing a dinghy in the surf. A very bad experience. We are happy to report that this time things worked out much better! The four of us all rode in our dinghy and made it ashore without loss of life or anything else!
Our landing site was strategically planned to be right in front of a palapa beach restaurant. This was based on advise from the folks on Moments. The deal is, if you land in front of their restaurant you ...
... stoves, men with machetes and rubber boots, cowboy hats, street dogs, political advertisements on houses, small stores with old men sitting out front, houses made of adobe or sticks, and a church at the center of town.
But it all seems to be flying by. The part of our trip previous to the Mexican border was more or less 6,500 kilometers (4,038 miles). In that part we spent three months and went to six countries. We clearly did not ...
... point of the jetty just thirty feet to my right and the breaker roaring in from my left; we had nowhere to go but ride the wave. The white water collapsed just feet from our port side and the wave rolled under us causing nothing more than a yaw hard to port and then to starboard. The deeper water in the channel was not breaking and Dois gave the engine some fuel to run ahead of the next wave.
Two more waves like the last wave, and a few more ...