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... on, the number of cruise ships stopping here has halved over the last couple of years. I was not feeling well having developed a nasty cold but after so much time at sea I was keen to et off.
Fletcher and I agreed to meet up with Judy and Roger at 6-30pm to find a decent restaurant for dinner as we are all heartily sick of the food offered on board. We then disembarked and started walking along the beach. This end is obviously a locals beach with many ...
... the case until now. every so often someone would get into the bus and sell food. we are in acapulco! as always local atmosphere is unique and we are now closest to mexico city again and yet we decide to not give up and continue with our adventure. we won't be staying overnight so we left our stuff at the bus station and went for dinner ...
We took a day off from driving and settled into Acapulco at the Holiday Inn Resort. It is right on the beach, although the portion in front of the hotel is pretty rocky. Slept in and had a nice breakfast on the veranda overlooking the beach. None of the restaurant or bar area is air conditioned, so you have to hope to find a table that can afford some level of breeze.
Walked around the area near the ...
Well, today was the longest day yet for a couple of reasons. First, with the slow travel through the hurrican zone we didn't get as far as we had hoped to yesterday, so were about 100 miles short of our target. Second, Mexico changed back from daylight to standard time last night and no one told us. So we got up at 6, ready to have breakfast and leave by 7:30, only to discover that we really got up at 5 and when we went for breadfast at 7, it was still only 6, so no one ...
... entered Acapulco in the early evening and headed for the centre to find a place to eat and stay. Kike had warned me that Acapulco used to be a booming resort 20 years ago and that it had become run down and the city too big for the infrastructure; for once he was actually right, what a **** hole! The outskirts were poor and rough and there's a tunnel through the mountain that seems to keep the beach front away from the poor areas. We continued through the city to see ...
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