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Zipolite. What else to say about this each side town but, WOW! We had really reached the holiday we were dreaming of! We stayed at a hotel right on the water front called Brisa Marina - which was run by an American expat called Daniel. To say we were spoilt for accommodation is an understatement. We manages to get the third floor room, with ocean views (you'd shower and hear the waves), a balcony with rows of hammocks and a lovely breeze. Zipolite was a relaxing period in ...
... album of the year lists and downloading them so I actually had something to listen to – naturally that took all the time rather than actually getting on with anything important or planning on how I could make it back to the sinkhole.
In the end I slept in past the only bus time, so took it easy in the morning, but became highly disgruntled at breakfast…
So, breakfast was your usual continental garbage, with some bread as crusty as a ...
Approaching midnight the next day, Leone and Vin were picked up by an ambulance at the MSP airport and rushed to the hospital. Remarkably, it had all worked out. (Fast forward to April 12 - Leone needed to wait nine days to let the swelling go down before she could have surgery. She had her surgery this morning and it went well. We suspect she will be planning her next adventure during her recovery. The docs still don’t know ...
... at anytime! This would be fine and probably good fun if I didn't have the life of a three year old in my arms. But his face was a picture, every wave that crashed in our faces seemed to delight him more and more. One morning we went out on a little boat to try to spot turtles, dolphins and whales. Unfortunately we didn't catch a glimpse of the latter but saw loads of dolphins and turtles - one of which I held. Cruel, not at all, he soon went of swimming merrily ...
To get to Mazunte we used a new for us transportation – a van. The ride was very curvy, as many people told us, but we were fine as we sat in front and enjoyed beautiful mountains and crazy Mexican roads with loads of bumps, dips and falling trees.
Playa Mazunte is a quiet beach that has been discovered by the traveller underground. Mostly patroned by European backpackers. The town is really simple and quite but for that you have ...