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5 hour bustrip to Acapulco thismorning, after last nights effort it was all a bit difficult..
busy city, military and federal police everywhere with casual m16s
off on a boat cruise, with an open bar tonight, followed by watchin some mad pricks jump off cliffs into 6m of water, then back to an open bar for more partytime.
so will be trashed tomorrow for sure, no ...
... 160;14th is really busy here as in most places so we will beat the rush. At our age, a day or two makes no difference. It ticks me off no end that a fancy resort like this doesn't give you wifi. Today I paid for a day's wifi so I could go on-line and pay my mastercard bill. Better here than with free wifi up at the mall I thought. Since I did that on the MacBook, I am not sure how to load pictures like I do on my ipad. I'll try to attach a few with this ...
... by donkey and on to ships to Europe. Of course we saw the cliff divers. We stopped and took pictures at the home of Diego Rivera's "model??" Where he did the mosaic with tiles and shells. It is planned to open the house as a museum/gallery. Then we stopped at the bright pink Flamingo Hotel, long owned by Johnny Weismueler. For the younger crowd, he was an Olympic swimmer who was ...
... in the water at the yacht club pool and are now about to enjoy some fajitas.
The fajitas were good, now it's time for more work. Matthew and I went all over Acapulco in a cab with a cabbie named Arturo. We got some aluminum square tube, screws, some leather and a hack saw (all at different stores) to install a solar panel Matthew assembled on the boat. It was interesting to go all over like that. We got what we needed then back to ...
For the weekend, we followed the trend in Mexico City -- take a break and go to the beach. And therefore, Acapulco it was. Although it was a break in some ways (I mean, it┤s a beautiful beach) it was actually much more hectic than Mexico City in many ways -- crazy drivers, non-stop vendors trying to sell you ...
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