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Travel Blogs from Acapulco
city definitely needs some updating/breath of fresh air.. but Playa del Sol is as good and off the beaten track as ever..
... Dead” or Dia de Muertos. But more of that later! I mentioned in my last entry that I was once again escaping to the beach after the end of the last lot of exams. In the end there were just 4 of us who met and headed off on the bus to Acapulco last weekend. It turned out to be a very relaxing experience but not in the way I had intended! We arrived on Friday evening and the first clue that all was not going to plan was when ...
... dissapointed with the drinks and food for 100 dollars. guess you pay for the view. Jaime and Nev went to the street hawkers to find a toy and i went to the table. Some cheap ass toy broke and the dude was a total dick about it. Proudly she told the dude to shove the toy... Overall it was fun and we didn't see anyother white ...
... an amazing one hour swimming with the dolphins at a nearby waterpark. Mexico as a whole being one of the best and cost effective places to meet and swim with these magnificent creatures. $100 each for the hour meant that we could swim, feed, play, kiss and learn about these playful animals. It’s an amazing feeling being pushed through the water by my feet and shot into the air, just before reaching the end of the pool by a strong, friendly and spirited ...
... they saw they guys doing it were very young. We did
try to point out to them that maybe there was a reason there were no
old ones but it seemed to fall on deaf ears.
We could have and would have stayed had
it not been for a quick glimpse at the map of Mexico with calendar in
hand, we have about three weeks to be out of Mexico – and that in
the truck is a push!!!