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Today we spent the day sailing down the coast of Mexico. From our map, we are off the coast of Acapulco. No port stops today as we are heading to Guatamala, which takes two nights and two days sailing to arrive. The waters are very calm and the sailing very smooth. We are both very relaxed and Johnny is enjoying the variety of foods on board.
... that it really wasn't our scene, the beach is great
to take long walks along, the waves are huge and good for the entertaining wave dumping game which the kids love, but all said and
done you are still in a place where every day the coaches come in
full of new guests and leave taking wearisome beach dwellers with.
Onwards and upwards – adios amigos
... the hotels from the volcanic black sand beach where palapa after palapa were set up. We had planned to stay the first night here but instead opted for the International port city of Manzanillo. We stayed at "La Posada" commonly called the "Pink Posada" because of its color. The hotel was located just at the entrance to the port and next to the Mexican Naval ...
We got up in the morning covered in bug bites. The morning bath in the ocean with its strong waves and undertow helped clean out the wounds and the visitor who came to share his morning smoke with us also helped tremendously. We stopped in San luis de ___ and met up with Maya and Andy who are traveling from Scotland (shipped their bike with sidecar to SC and rode ...
... and flatter. I say that because after having taken the short bus ride to Melaque we did find a beach that was expansive and almost flat.
I started by saying that in Barra de Navidad there is "a starkly contrasting choice of beaches".
Should the Pacific Ocean beach be too windy, too steep or you don't like the angle of the sun, there is the alternative of the lovely calm, tranquil beaches along the lagoon on the other side of the malecón. At the ...