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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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rrived in hot steamy puerto Valletta Mexico and went on a very sweaty mountain bike ride off into town with Sue to sample a couple of coronas and tequilas next 7 days at sea when sooner or later we cross the equator and there's going to be a big party on board . Internet too expensive on board so will catch up when we next ...
... has all kinds of fish, birds, iguanas and even crocodiles to see. Bananas and papaya are growing on trees everywhere. There is an on-site mini zoo that has tigers and a large collection of macaws and cockatoos. They have a very successful breeding program and have produced over 70 tigers that have gone to other zoos and preserves. The sad part is the zoo is like too many; small cages where the tigers pace back and forth or sleep all day. ...
... room at the Real de San Sebastian. When we arrived the room was not quite ready so we took a foot tour around town.
San Sebastian is a very old place. It sits at about 4800 feet up in the hills and was much cooler than where we have been hanging out. Patti was in heaven! It was founded in 1605 as a gold, lead and silver mining town. The population at its peak was about 20,000. Now it’s a sleepy little town of about ...
... patio umbrellas that are primarily there to block the sun. On this Sunday they were pressed into service to block the rain. Some folks left early and we were able to finish watching the game under the thatched palapa roof where it was nice and dry.
We have fallen in love with La Cruz. It is a funky little town that has most everything you need, and like everywhere we have been, phenomenally friendly locals. We feel 100% safe wandering ...
... there has not really ever been a history of hurricane landings in Banderas Bay.
There are two gigantic mountain ranges that protect the bay; the Sierra de Vallejo mountains that extend to the northern point (Punta Mita) and the Sierra del Cuale mountain range that ends at the Southern cape (Cabo Corrientes). These mountains have ...