Ixtapa Palace Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo
... went back down and I surveyed the boat and the sheepish look on the young pangueros faces in the moonlight and saw their net entangled in our rigging! I thought briefly about hauling the net onboard as punishment,then I untangled it and cast it back.I have too much respect for fishermen,but someone needs to teach the young ones how to catch fish!
Zihuatanejo, is Cihuatlan in Aztec and means Land of the Female Goddesses. I go with that.
... meant to be kicking off at 7pm but when we walked past at 6:55pm old mate was still on the side of the stage painting the props. We left to go have dinner and came back later when every thing was in full swing. The music and atmosphere was great fun so we were glad to have stumbled upon that. We only stayed in Zihuatanejo for a couple of nights but I think that's all you need there. The beaches weren't that great and it's just another big city. And off we go ...
... from what we saw out our windows as we whipped by at a million miles an hour. We laid down on the back seats and tried to fall asleep. My tummy was churning and I needed to move to a different seat before I was thrown down the aisle, he loved that brake. Speed, brake, speed, brake and so one. I stumbled down the aisle and was tossed into another seat, thank god I made it. I put my head down and I didn't get up until we completely stopped. When we stopped and ...
... reach, close reach and close hauled. I enjoyed the hour long stretch of beam reach, making 5.5-6 knots, heeled over. Excellent!
Wow, 0400 came just in time. I went straight to sleep and didn't really wake until 1000! Whew, good sleep and I am over my seasickness entirely. Tasty mango for breakfast and I am at the helm. More later, if anything of interest comes up.
Wow, who would have thought Mexico looked like this? Beautiful green hills down ...
... an opportunity to play for their life – a ball sport of a resin ball, and shooting it off your hip into a hole. Still not clear on the rules or who actually won – but it was a spectator sport and lives were lost. There were also considerable pieces of jewelry, sculpture, and other things. Most of the artifacts had been removed by the government, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility