Hotel Villa Nirvana
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... bisque and then some delicious sea bass. As I refuse to eat the fish on board I fond this particularly nice. We washed that down with a Spanish Pinot Grigio and a Malbec. lovely wines. We all agreed that the whole night had been a highlight of the trip so far.The finishing touch was the trio of Crème Brulee for dessert. I had perked up considerably during the meal and as Frederico drove us back to the ship enjoyed seeing the lively night life of the city. A fun night ...
... 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 ...
... little and found an access point to the beach, so headed down 2 flights of stairs to find some sand. And, as with most things in Mexico, got deluged with people trying to sell us stuff. There was a little cabana bar set up at the bottom of the stairway, so we bought a couple of beers and sat along the beach for awhile. There was a little breeze here, at least.
We are supposedly in the tourist area ...
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 ...
... top complete with slices of lime and tajin (chilli and salt mix popular on and in drinks and food) it was like I'd turned the **** hole into the ritz! After a few hours of literally wetting ourselves with laughter and feeling slightly tipsy we managed to pass out until the morning without noticing the smell or the noise. The next part of our drive was going to take around 6 hours to Puerto Escondido so we left our hotel around 10am to find some breakfast. There was ...