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... was just his nick name. Cecil was his real name. Seven of us and Kona boarded the “Black Tuna” and had a very enjoyable day. Pechuga took us on a 30 minute ride to a great snorkeling beach where we added eels and a turtles to the animal list. We also saw a dolphin, and lots of colorful fish. I won’t list them all right now.
After Zihuatanejo we headed up the Michocan coast to Tizupan. A very small village on the Michoacan coast. ...
... Rodrigo (past life as a lawyer) invited any who wished to accompany him on a hike which went along the waterfront then through the jungle to a high point of
land overlooking the ocean which is a lighthouse location. Rodrigo was very informative explaining sites and plants along the walk. He speaks Spanish slowly and clearly making it relatively easy to follow and with Cathie as interpreter it provided a good opportunity to practise Spanish as well as ...
We hung around after dinner until the mosquitos started getting us and still the dancers hadn't shown, so we left. "We'll come back later," we told them. We'd changed clothes and were sitting round reading when Donna comes over...you want to go see the dancers? They've started.
So here we go, me in the tshirt I wear to bed--we were just going to watch, after all, but so glad we went because the dancers were cute and fun and lively.
... were new rules in place which made the hotel less customer friendly than we felt in the past. Arm bands had to worn so hotel guests could be identified and inventories of towels, remote controls, cooking utensils were made at the start and end of your stay. The room had good internet and a gorgeous view overlooking the pool to the bay beyond. We took the local bus over to Barra de Navidad and checked on beach erosion and reconstruction ...
... yesterday. While there was no surf, I was reminded why I love Mexico so much. From Melaque I took a local bus, 6 pesos, to El Ranchito. This is a little town of maybe 100 people. The only thing I knew about it was to take the road over the hill to the beach. The "road" was a dirt 4x4 trail and it took me a few inquires to get thru the pueblo. Then I walk for about 30 minutes thru ...
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