Hotel La More / The Bisbee Inn
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... beach spots but I visited the town of San Carlos, Bahia de Kino and the most famous Isla Tiburon.
San Carlos is a small but nicely developed town. A lot of USA people have condos here but somehow the place remains small. I was lucky to find a very new 5 stars Hostel hehe.
The owner actually has lived in San Carlos for 9 years and he just now opened his own hostel. The place is still getting work done but the room I must say was one of ...
That night was my last night in Alamos and Mr. Angel cooked for us a meal of grilled fish and crunchy flour tortillas. He was having beer, I was having tea again.
Oh yes, I had told Mr Angel that my stomach had been upset latetly and so he also gave me a special herb tea called "Hierba de Indio" supposedly good for the stomach. I was so tired of being sick that I had the tea. It was totally nasty but I think it did something good. He actually gave ...
... wife freaked out when she opened her wardrobe & all her clothes had holes in them, she really screamed thinking that they could have been killed it was so close! We walked back to the hotel, couldn't believe the stars they were almost on top of us, went down to the bar for the music at 9 and met another character this time originally from Kensington but lived all over the US finally retiring from the oil business to Bisbee, all long hair and cockney accent with a long ponytail, ...
... just near the OK Corral. This meant we could walk up the street after dinner & do a pub crawl, or should I say, a saloon crawl. We only went to two, Big Nose Kate's Saloon, who was Doc Holliday's girlfriend, & the Crystal Palace. All the saloons had karaoke & we commented on this to one of the locals. His comment was, it keeps us out of ...
... another museum which housed the "world's largest rose tree", it was impressive, covering over 8,000 square feet in the back yard, supported by trellises. Being January, there wasn't a rose to be seen....oh, well.
Further to the west we arrived at Patagonia Lake State Park. We picked a site overlooking the lake and its variety of waterfowl. It was a relaxing evening, barbequed chicken, campfire and adult libations.