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... Passed a school and later saw a class of little kids all in White having a very exciting excursion walk to see the ship. Probably had to go back and draw it putting words of description all over. We retired to the ship early PM for cold shower, rinse clothes and lite lunch. Tonight we are trying our hand at Beetle songs guessing. We had a miserable score last night with only 9/50 for our knowledge of 80's music. What were we doing then. One we did get ...
... travelers. Its ½ block from the beach so just qualifies under our maximum distance requirement. Rodrico is very nice and knows a lot about the area, like the trail to the light house. A small group of us hiked it yesterday. Great views up and down the coast, plus back into the bay of Zihuatanejo.
This morning we were up early (holiday time) and off to go snorkeling with Pechuga. Those of you up on your Spanish will wonder about the name "Chicken Breast" ...
... were at village entries with state police and local vigilantes; one was by two women and 3 kids looking for donations for their patron saint. Usually we just get waved through these, although there was one where army personnel searched our vehicles, which is apparently quite common in Mexico.
There is definitely a strong military presence on the highways with trucks with armed soldiers going back and forth on the highways as well as lots ...
... 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 ...
... with the retirees at Ava's. Arvid joined Mike and Simon on the harmonica as they played teh same sets as they had at Albotraz on our first night. Many, many drinks later we found ourselvesback at Albotraza hoola hooping, dancing, doing cart wheels in the sand, all for a total of $120MP! The prolonged mess continued at home and even included the lamp mysteriously falling and shattering on the table.
The nights' sleep was tight and 100% restful. ...
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