Las Gaviotas Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... He said smiling. More instant sea life dividens! Moments later we were stepping onto our 20 foot wooden fishing boat and meeting our captain, Phillipe. He didn't say much throughout the day, but you could tell this wasn't his first rodeo as he maneuvered the little boat effortlessly and could spot submerged whales with ease. I mounted the GoPro to it's pole and we started filming as we approached the sleeping balleno. It quickly noticed us and snuck off into ...
... destination: The Costa Baja Resort and Spa. This type of hotel is not our typical MO but we were looking for a relaxing stint rather than our typical nonstop nomadic adventures. The three hour drive through the desert and small Mexican towns, as well as passing several large industrial plants and oil refineries, made arriving at the immaculate resort that much more eye opening. The grounds were pristine and the lobby was incredibly welcoming with large 30 foot open air windows ...
... thing going on in my head, whilst everyone else is going oooooooo and ohhhhhhhhhh…… CAYATE! (shut up)
Dolphins were sweet though, don’t think I’ve ever seen that many and that close up, and it seemed they were pretty keen to follow the boat, so it made the two hours or so go pretty fast.
Eventually arrived at the island, where hundreds of sea lions (anyone that’s ever been near that many sea-lions, know they proper stink ...
... i was killing it but then when it came to turning it around and heading back, it was a completely different story. My body acted as a wind sail and so it took two strokes to stay stationary, i managed to sneak a bit of distance back but the bloody wind was a pain in the ****, so i admitted defeat and dropped down and paddles it back on my gut. It was good fun, might be tempted to get one to cruise up and down the river on in the mornings.
... it right eventually, it’s just irritating they’re being so pedantic about it. And trying to get the forms off to them isn’t helped by the Internet still being slow here.
Next stop was one night at Villa Patzcuaro (N19 32.047 W101 36.601) on the edge of the attractive town of Patzcuaro about 280 kms to the north and inland from Zihuatanejo. There we found a lovely green campsite with a pool, good wifi and nice hot showers. There were a few other RVs ...