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Travel Blogs from Barra de Navidad
... I was with my friends mauro,lalo,hugo,uriel,roberto,oscar and girls like my girlfriend nitzia,and yan,gaby,paola,meli,roxana,steffy(:we were dancing and dancing and dancing.We finish drinking Red Label and Absolute Vodka and we finish something drunks.So next we go out of "sunset lounge" and we went to bulevar of manzanillo and we stayed in a beach for a little time and we enjoy the dawn.
Finally each who went to his house and the day was finish.
Don your sombrero and union jack shorts
we've just hit the Costa Del Mexico – local package tours and
gringos here we come. We really are now into camper territory with the size and quality of roving trailers varying from your upperclass
condominium on wheels with every home comfort you can ...
... Bill I have no idea.
We ventured over to the Isla de Navidad Grand Bay Resort for lunch - not as 5 star as they want to think but very nice - mostly Gringos - and some really ugly ones - rich people are not necessarily attractive. Good food and beautiful boats at the marina.
What can I say - walking on the beach - good food and friends - it may not be Spanish but it's what it is "laissez les bon temps ...
... that. Cool. I reeled in a fish today, this one was tuna, not mahi mahi. I was pretty small though, so we let it go.
I am probably as tan now as I've ever been. And I still have weeks at sea to go. Who knows, maybe I actually will get tan.
Looks like we are going to pull into Manzanillo for fuel today, we are almost there. We were going to weather Hilary there, but it sounds like she is turning out to sea and we won't have to worry about her. So ...
... there are many incomplete buildings in Barra de Navidad, presumably waiting for more prosperous times and wealthier tourists. If you are interested, there are many homes that are for sale as well if you would like to get into the business of renting out to tourists as a small business.
We enjoyed many spectacular sunsets from our balcony and in general our stay in Barra, and in Mexico was a pleasant way to escape the rain and cold that met us on our ...