Travel Blogs from Manzanillo
... sorry--I didn't hear you say con gas, please could I have "natural"?
The waiter says no problem! I run right to the store very quick and he was off like a flash. It couldn't have been two minutes later he was bringing me my bottle of cold water.
The Mexican tacos plate was 4 homemade tortillas piled high with pork or beef, then you finish them off with beans, lettuce, two kinds of pico de gallo, hot red sauce or mild tomatillo and soon your ...
... day, I didn’t see much of anything. The second day, we took a taxi to a nearby beachy area called La Boquita. From there, we rented a kayak for about 100 pesos and took it out to a sunken shp. This sunken ship was amazing and the highlight of my Mexico trip. You could see where all the windows were, the deck, the stairs and all of it. It was amazing. This area of Manzanillo was ...
Villa Corona Chimulco Trailer Park
Ave. Vicente Ruiz Sahagun No. 75
Villa Carona, Jalisco, Mexico
01 (387) 778 0014
01 (387) 778 0209
Teotihuacan RV and Trailer Park Park
Lopez Mateos #17
... were getting ready to leave, most had come by to introduce themselves. We were given the heads up about the park and the town, and even had our fresh water tank filled up by another camper who was packing up to leave. We instantly felt like we belonged there and had already spoken to 90% of everyone there. This is the camaraderie that I expect when we arrive at rv parks. This is what we have been accustomed to at nearly every place we have gone to. It makes one ...
... of them due to "environmental" problems that no one really understood. It was whispered to me that they were looking for a bigger payoff. What I saw was foreigners gutting the country and taking its precious natural resources. It doesn't really hit you until you see mountains turning into piles of rocks to be loaded onto cargo ships.
We left the downtown area and checked into a hotel in a more scenic part of the city. Instead of spending an arm and a ...