Travel Blogs from Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo
... that car coming straight at us. The bus going the other way did the same and the little car made it back in their own lane. Our driver got high fives from all the bus drivers in the line of vehicles.
This little campground has the most beautiful flowers that we have ever seen. It is just wonderful to sit around and enjoy them. We have included many pictures and identified as many as we can but there are a lot that we don't know. Please comment if you recognize any of them.
... less than $25 US per night and for that we had the same privileges as all the other guests in the resort with one exception; we had to bring our own towels to the pool. The resort guests received fresh pool towels every day. We are guessing the difference in what they paid per night versus what we paid could buy a set of new towels every day.
The village sits on a spit at the convergence of a tidal estuary and the ocean. ...
... So we have some projects to attend to while we are here.
Merry Christmas! We had a wonderful albeit lonely and very warm snowless Christmas. There are plenty of folks around so lonely isn’t exactly the correct term. All of the folks here are very nice and fun to be around but none of them are family and that is the part that made it seem lonely. For the second day in a row there was a dock party here in the marina. We skipped it ...
... It is called Banderas Bay,as supposedly when the son of Hernan Cortez arrived here from Spain,people greeted them with colourful flags waving from their boats.It didn't help as the Spanish were here to destroy the multi-cultures,take all the gold and precious mineral and conquer this land.Today I met a Huichol man, who is from this aboriginal group of tranquil peaceful people.We have a lot to learn.
Anyway,coming into anchor we took the nearest bay of Punta ...
Well, there's good news and bad news. The good news is it still looks like there's a chance we'll only see a tropical storm out of this. The bad news is there is also a chance Bud will follow that yellow brick road right to Ashika and blast her with hurricane force winds. The forecasters seem to be all over the map so ...
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