Margaritas Hotel & Tennis Club
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- Swimming pool
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... a full canvas cover made for Winterhawk in preparation for storing her for the summer. It will take several weeks to build. We also are having 23 years of bottom paint removed and new paint applied. Both of these jobs can be done down here for a fraction of the cost of doing them in the PNW. From here the current plan is to head up to San Carlos/Guaymas. That’s where Winterhawk will live over the summer awaiting our return.
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... it fully end to end 7 and a half times over the past two hours. Another, healthier option, was walking along the malecón - either south to Olas Altas, home to El Viejo and Shrimp Bucket and near the plaza where the pigeons are both plentiful and foolish enough to congregate in the vicinity of rowdy toddlers with energy to burn and an affinity for pigeon-bashing, or north toward the big beaches, big beach restaurants and big creeps grunting and ...
... margarita…). Our bags were waiting for us, then we passed easily and quickly through customs. Met our driver and soon were being whisked off to the Torres Mazatlan.
The drive to the resort was rather depressing: the road from the airport is lined with defunct businesses, grungy truck stops, abandoned but graffitied buildings. The w hole place had an aura of recession and strong-neighbor-to-the-north-doesn̵ 7;t-care feeling ...
We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard ...
... eventually I got the money back after lots of awkward questioning. Turns out they use a boat to launch you off the ground from the beach and you basically just hang right there on top of the beach for as long as the wind will hold you which they say is between 6-10 minutes. Definitely not what me and Tyler had in mind. Other than that day, most of our time was spent at the beach of course, walking around and eating out. We ended up finding a ...