Mayan Palace Mazatlan
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... a national park and is home to thousands of boobies (both blue footed and brown varieties), frigate birds, gulls and pelicans. There are also quite a number of iguanas and small lizards. After fueling up with breakfast we lathered up with sunscreen, jumped in the dinghies and took off for the beach at the south end of the island. The landing spot is protected by a small island so thankfully we were able to avoid the dreaded dinghy suicide surf landing. ...
... s refrigerator during the time when ice was imported from San Francisco, thus earning the hill surrounding the cave the title of "Icebox hill". The Devil's Cave is now gated to keep the curious from getting lost of injured. The town is served by a curious type of taxi known as pulmonias (pneumonia in spanish) according to local legend this is because you are at risk of catching a cold from riding in the open air on these overgrown golf carts.
... at night
-white noise machine
-staying on schedule
This usually leads to a good night's sleep for her and for me and makes the transition back home much easier as well. The times when we have allowed her to sleep with us on vacation has led to her wanting to sleep in our bed once we get back home.
As soon as we settled into the condo, we got our swimsuits on to meet Ray, Olivia, Randy, and Judy down be the pool. Maya ...
... our safety to our frightened little dog. And the hugeness of the thunder cracking all around us was indeed a worry. The only comfort we could offer Ginger was the cuddling and constant rubs and reassurance, but as the storm grew, so did the “3 pat”. Each strike would throw her into a new round of “3 pats”. Soon, it was “3 pat” “3 pat” “3 pat” “3 pat” “3 pat” “3 ...
... short, she is just not long in the shanks! Then it was off to lunch at a roadside diner where we had chicken fajitas and Deb had grilled skirt steak. Both accompanied by fresh-from-the-tree perfect guacamole as can only be tasted in Mexico. Tonight we are going to the high end restaurant on the ship....the food they prepare is a cut above, and we're looking forward to some special tableside service as well. Tomorrow is PV....talk to you then! Hope all is well at home! HI Gord and ...