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Travel Blogs from Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo
Yes,crocodiles on the beach! We've sailed another 300nm and arrived in this beautiful town of Zihuatanejo (try to pronounce that! we've also picked up a new crew member, Ginny who we met in Barra. Before we left Barra I went back to see the monkey in the Hotel Sands, as I'd bought him a bright yellow toy ball (he'd got nothing to do, or play with) .I also gave him a fresh tomato and he gently held my hand,oh,he was so sweet and so sad in ...
Zihuatanejo was the next destination on the road we call life! It's only about a 30 minute trip on the local bus that passes by the Trancones turn off. We hitched a ride to the highway and waited for a bus to finally stop (we weren't at the most ideal bus stop since the locals were waiting down the road). We bounced around on the bus like rag dolls while it stopped in all the small villages along the way. We got off at the bus terminal and walked around the ...
... for a bike. We explained to them that we were renting push bikes from down the road the next day to go exploring and they were keen to join. Next morning we decided we needed to get our bike tour underway quite early in the morning since it gets so hot in the middle of the day. We collected Dan and Paul from downstairs, rented our bikes and away we went. 2 minutes ride down the road, coffee break. Seems fairly reasonable, Wease and I are new to the bike tour ...
... my midnight wake-up.
Slow watch. Up at midnight, prayers and my Spanish lesson. I read some and checked out the lights of the major Mexican port city of Lazaro Cardenas. We passed some container ships parked seaward of our course and made great time to Zihuatanejo. Time for some more sleep.
Excellent sleep. Slept until about 1000, and slept well. Woke to a cup of coffee and conversation. Had a dolphin just chill next to the boat as we ...
... on the rancho. He was very hospitable and welcoming to their house. The main thing that Francisco wanted to know was, “Were we happy with what we were seeing?" How could we not be?
We all pile into the pickup and headed up the road to the pyramids. Not exactly what one thinks of. These were made of adobe. There were five tombs discovered, much ...
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