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... and reasonable but most of all, people are friendly.
A very interesting sight for us at the Malecon was a very tall metal
pole planted on the beach, higher than the palm trees around it,
but sways like it. It is similar to a May Pole in Europe except that
in this one, each of the four guys climbed all the way to the top.
They are the native Indians of Mexico. They are very short but very
lean. They all wear bright red cotton ...
... awful, hard as rocks. $65Q a night per person. Best free breakfast included (get the pancakes) San Pedro- 1st night- Hotel Pinocchio. Fairly basic room. We had 3 in a room with separate beds. It was $45Q a night per person. Bathrooms outside and pretty grotty. 2nd night- Zoolas $45Q for a a private double bed bunk bed. Room was clean but hot as there's no fans. The hostel has a pool and bar which is quite nice. Drinks there are definitely watered down. Antigua- 1st ...
... may have to wait to get a table. We had to wait about 20 minutes for a table so we went to Barracuda Bar to wait and have a drink. We were given a beeper and it went off before we finished our drinks.
We both ordered a shrimp cocktail, fillet with mashed potatoes and a brownie with white ice cream for dessert. I ordered chicken wings, a fillet with baked potato and for dessert a pineapple pie with ginger ...
... young people", most here with their parents or with their kids. Not many single folks just lounging around. The Hospitality Hostess yesterday asked us where our parents were haha...we must look like "rich parent kids". This hotel/property kinda confuses me. I must check it out and see if general public can book or if you have can only book with a timeshare deal.
And there are a lot of man boobs here. Not sure why that is, but so many of the men ...
... parties, and even in the worst of the blazing heat conditions, everyone was always smiling. Mexico is a place where the tourist comes first, and is often treated like extended family. My wish is for tourists to take a little more time to practice some basic Spanish before coming to Mexico, because believe me, it goes a very long way. And then I go and catapult myself back to predictable tourist status and become another stereotype by throwing on an ostentatious sombrero. Ole!