Hotelito Escondido Manzanillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Whispers. It was tops when we arrived in LA with 4 little girls. Can't ever forget it. Tonight we dined more formally and then went on to a Beetles: name and date the song with American couple we get along well with. Together we scored 16/50. Not great but better than we did alone the other day. Stayed on for the 'Pub Night' then a bit in the Crooners lounge. Now late. Windy and wet outside and this 91,000 ton boat is jiggling around. Very wet tropical ...
... our next rig a 1978 Chrysler LeBaron pulling a 26 Argosy travel trailer made by Airstream. Later we purchased a vintage 1967 Dodge Travco motorhome which had a very FLASH GORDON look about the design. During that phase we joined the Dodge Travco Motorhome group and attended several RV rallies. We are still in contact with many of the friends we made at these rallies. We met our fellow Travco owners Steve and Lisa Lindell ...
... well into the night as do most parties in Mexico. Mexicans know how to party!
On the way over we got to see the active Colima Volcano spew a little steam out and on our way home the winds whipped up a rather dense dust storm across the dry lake beds just west of us. The three and a half hour drive was over quickly with toll roads the entire way once we were away from Lake Chapala.
... may be poor, but they are the nicest people you can meet.
We have seen some of the west Pacific coast of Mexico and now it is time to check out the other side. There are many, many more coastal towns that we could visit on this side, but, according to what we have been told, they all have similar conditions, like high surf, small ...
... if we chose to return. The gringos claim that November is the hottest time of the year and then it levels off for the winter.
We will soon be able to tell if this could be a new winter destination for us. If the crowds are not too overbearing, and the weather is not too hot and humid, then we may consider returning regularly. Summer may be off limits, especially since it is prime for hurricane season and the Pacific coast storms can be brutal. We do ...