Hotel Villa Del Mar
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Cafe. That was until I found the microphone was almost as useless as everyone that lived in Tampico.
How can you legitimately sell and package a product that literally doesn’t work when you open the packet?! The signal, connection and audio was so bad, it would have been literally impossible to speak with NatWest, so running out of options, had to do the late night panicky phone call home. I then had to basically make a Trigger Happy TV phone call, shouting at the top ...
... napping, it was actually kind of painful to be wide awake in the dark with nothing to do. Finally after falling asleep, I discovered later that there was a hole or leak in my inflatable pillow. So that gave me something to do every few hours until morning. Wake up, pack up, and hike out to the highway. I didn’t accomplish much on this stop but I got use out of the gear I have been carrying and felt cleaner after fasting for a ...
... were interestingly displayed using a play of lights.
Today, Sep 7, happened to be Manatee day. TV crews were interviewing someone in front of the manatee tank. But I seriously do not know what manatees do differently on their day. In fact I do not know what manatees do at all. All they seem to do is float like a sponge, where every movement seems to be a monumental effort on their part.
But I liked them enough to buy a stuffed one, and a ...
... gave me $520 and a Clif bar. That gave me more than $150 a day extra to play with. I felt rich, even though it was only about $11 US.
But what really made me rich was all the help I’d received from these kind and generous people, who were, essentially, strangers.
Suddenly, Fernando stood up. There were 1400 turtles that had been born early and we needed to hurry back to camp and release them, ASAP.
Then he paid the restaurant bill for everyone.
... of them to take out on a release. I accompanied the group and assisted the turtles who washed back to shore.
Back in camp, while I was waiting for something else to do, Maria came into the yard from the house. At first she looked away, but then peered at me shyly over her shoulder. Still hurt by yesterday’s mysterious snubbing, I didn’t know how to react. The language barrier made it hard to have a discussion, plus I was still hurt and felt like ...