Mision de los Arcos
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... out the noise when the car alarm went off again (still awkward), but he became convinced it was the fault of the "bad keys", and we weren't breaking in. Went back for our regular lunch of turkey sandwiches (we had a little confusion between pounds and kilograms when we were shopping, so we had a LOT of lunchmeat to try to eat and ended up giving the last of it to Pedro and Elsa). It was another beautiful afternoon to enjoy the pool, then we headed to Playa Bocana ...
... recognize how happy they are. All ages of children working with their families in the shops at night after school. The children wearing their perfectly cleaned and pressed uniforms. Smiles on the kids faces as they dance to school and whistle on the way home (I didn't hear any of them whistle actually, but you get the idea). The adults are not standing there smiling all day all the time, but their happiness also seems evident in many ways. Their happiness is very ...
... we probably won't go back to the Bordeaux restaurant lol...just in case they decide to sing to us again.
I have had a little bit of an allergic reaction to something...both eyes slightly puffy...no idea what it could be but its happened before in England. Dave reckons its the sun...I think maybe strawberries.
Ok signing off for the night...it is 12:50 in the afternoon here and we should go get some dinner. Arriving nice and early tomorrow in ...
... surprises and you should be fine, we reassured ourselves.
The next morning, after the resident rooster woke us up, we took a boat trip out to the waters and visited some of the beaches nearby and realised just how less touristy Mazunte was. Fantastic! We also were fortunate to have a pod of dolphins follow us which you could almost reach out and touch. After finally remembering what 'ballena' meant in English and looking to where our ...
The views were stunning. Neither words nor photos can do them justice. It is an extraordinary contrast to the climate in Oaxaca with its arid terrain stretching for miles. Here the lush green terrain, fed by mountain mist, springs eagerly off every conceivable surface. There are plenty of Cacti by the road side, but a lot less palm and banana leaf, heavily replaced by hardy flowers of all colours i.e. deep purples, mellow yellows and so on.
We have rented ...