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From the Ship's Log: "Despite a rather brief history as a Mexican Riviera resort destination, the local community has remained true to its roots without succumbing to mainstream franchise-ridden touristy malceovers. Instead, Manzanillo does a fine job of maintaining its lush tropical geography and pueblo-like vibrantly coloured houses cascading down its verdant hillsides. The local vibe is alive at the town's waterfront "zocalo" where the city's ...
... 440-3 engine coupled with the metal frame fiberglass clam shell design proved to be durable and waterproof, the demise of many of the flat roofed wooden design models.
After moving down to Mexico (over 4 years ago now) and finally getting our Motorhome down here with us we were disappointed in the lack of nearby campgrounds and especially ones near us on the Pacific coast. We started visiting a small village ...
... Ugly King) contest which was a comedy act with members of the audience being asked to the stage to endure the taunts of the comedians. Not understanding all of the Spanish but enough to gist it was quite funny. The crowd was wild with laughter at this act and finally in the end there was a winner who was crowned by Miss Cuyutlan who wore a tiara that was a mile high! She also was accompanied ...
... great and we have no
problem returning here again. We recommend this place to everyone. It is not
your typical Mexican resort town like Puerto Vallarta or Acapulco. Don’t expect high rise condos and fancy resorts. It is a real Mexican pueblo that is made up of simple and affordable
hotels, bungalows and rv parks.
... 11,000 people, but I am going to stick my neck out and guess that we had seen about 30,000 or 40,000 people come through here over 3 days. I rarely seen a police officer and did not see any commotion that would require one. That is something to be said, considering that there were that many people, in the hot sun, and with a lot of liquor flowing. In the states, we would a see a police officer on every block. And you would be bound to see some kind of fracas going on. ...