TripAdvisor Reviews Las Hamacas Melaque
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Ever since I left the PV area, the mornings and evenings are mostly overcast or hazy - no nice sunrises and sunsets. Clears up nicely afterwards, just to make it hot and humid (and if you think I don't like this weather, you're right). To make it worse, there's been practically no air movement. And the breezes that do come up have been hot air, even in the morning, and before sunrise!
... br> Shrimp was very good. Lots of veggies: good for my health. May the veggies make up for the alcohol. Had a pina colada and two small glasses of white wine.
Took some pics from my table, using my zoom lens.
... cool. There's no AC (costs extra), but none needed at this time of year, no fridge (there are other - more expensive - units with them), but all in all a large, comfortable, quiet room.
I dropped my pack and went looking for lunch. I walked down to the end of the beach toward my right. Saw maybe four places open for business, another four closed or under repair. None had customers, even though some looked inviting. So ...
... 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 ...
... the RV and pump the water in to our 45 gallon on board fresh water holding tank. And as for electric, we share a 15-amp electric outlet from 300 feet away, with 3 other RV's.
We have to be conservative and creative when it comes to electric usage. Lulu learned quickly that she would not be blow- drying her hair any time this month. And, you can always tell when someone decides to use the toaster oven. I then have to hike down to the service pole and ...
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