Quinta Real Acapulco
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The drive to Acapulco took us just under 10 hours to finally arrive at our destination. We used a federal road until we reached Toluca where we took a toll road, now the reason I am mentioning toll and federal roads is because depending on which you use will depend on the problems you run into! The federal road was lovely, winding up and down the mountains with some amazing views. We even got stopped by a friendly police officer who was conducting road side stops for ...
... staying in! The beach, said to be one of the nicest in Mexico, definitely didn't rate that highly for us. Not only is there so much rubbish down where we were staying, but you can't relax without a hawker hassling you to buy the ****** souvenirs every minute. It gets old pretty quickly! You can see why tourists don't bother with Acapulco anymore. Sad, but true unfortunately. But we weren't really here for the beach. We ...
Acapulco. Once one of the world's most famous and popular resort destinations, the pretty coastal city is now mainly only visited by vacationing Mexican families (and, apparently, us). Acapulco has seen its share of gruesome gang violence in recent years, and as with many other places in the country, there are regular government protests happening in the streets. It is also still picking up the pieces ...
Today we spent the day sailing down the coast of Mexico. From our map, we are off the coast of Acapulco. No port stops today as we are heading to Guatamala, which takes two nights and two days sailing to arrive. The waters are very calm and the sailing very smooth. We are both very relaxed and Johnny is enjoying the variety of foods on board.
... on a wood burning fire.
While we were eating our lunch a few of the other bikes passed us.
Food eaten and of course another few coke's drunk we were off again but going at a more steady speed of about 65. We passed through yet another village with a few of those mysterious items that slow us down and just as we headed back into the country we spotted Dan & Becky at the side of the road. I gave him the thumbs-up to ask if all was ok and he ...