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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sands Barra de Navidad
cool place and people.thanks for letting us dock our dinghy at your beautiful site in your lovely town
we stayed on our boat Windstrutter,but left our dinghy safely with you.
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... huge 'Atlantes' warrior statues, although I had been under the impressions that there were rows and rows of them when in fact there were four. Four statues that is, not rows! The site was small but the statues were indeed brilliant and I was lucky enough to turn up at the same time as a Mexican archaeologist who let me and a few others inside the barrier, provided that we didn't touch the statues of course. Aside from a few carvings of animals, there wasn't much more to ...
... and you donīt see that many high-rises in the cityMeeting my Host
Coming back to my hostel via the Metro was a nightmare. The trains are not airconditioned and commuters were packed like sardines. I nearly was unable to get out if I hadnīt pushed myself aggressively out of the pack. Scary experience!
I decided to just take the cab to Mixcoac where my host for the next two days lives. The hostel arranged the cab so itīs safe. Taxi fares ...
right down to “Gary”. Our little rentatruck seems to be one of
the oldest on the road around here but hey apart from one little starter motor
hick up the other day, he's getting us there – slowly slowly.
A few cocktails with pretty umbrellas
We decided along with our friends Bill and Martha to take a short trip to Pacific Coast to get some sun, shopping and show them the the town we enjoyed visiting. We had heard that a lot of people from Ajijic were buying property in Cuyutlan which is the closest city to us that is on the Pacific. The town was quaint with a small ...
... in Mexico City there are people out and about at all hours, it cheers my soul.
It seems I am in one of those moods anyway. My soul feels uplifted, I’m revived by the vivas and the energy of this place.
Anyway – so what else I do in Coyacoan? I lunched at a restaurant from The Book (that’s the Lonely Planet of course) that wasn’t much chop. My waiter and I worked together to build me a vegetarian meal (no ...
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