Harbor Reef Surf Resort
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... the city was fairly straightforward but we immediately experienced the same problems – no road signs. We therefore saw a great deal of Mexico that tourists don’t normally see; those back streets are not a pretty sight! However, we eventually dumped the car at the airport and grabbed a taxi to Suzie and Sergio Shapiro’s stunning house in a gated part of the wealthy suburbs. Sergio built this house and the gorgeous one we stayed at ...
... on my second day by the turtles appearing in their droves! After an extremely bumpy ride, down moon crater roads with streams running across them, we arrived in nearby Ostional beach around thirty minutes before sunset. Ostinal is the second biggest nesting ground in the world, where thousands of Olive Ridley turtles come to lay their millions of eggs in the black sand. When we arrived there were already hundreds ...
... morning she emailed me saying she was sorry and forgot about my coming. That it was okay if i wanted to come but there was little work and other people were coming the same day as me. After hearing this I was relieved and excited to get to the farm. Everything was going to work out.
Upon arrival at the farm i could tell right away that things were not as i expected. There was no one else there, just me and Ana. We sat around all day doing next to nothing and her ...
... she has ever tasted,
and right next door a computer shop run by the charming, English speaking
Syrian owner of the hotel where we could buy a new mouse for the laptop. He
even offered a discount after chatting to him for a while about our travels in
his home country. Plus, plus, plus! The mouse I had originally bought for the
new laptop had decided to die and I have a pathological hate of laptop
touchpads, so a new one was needed. Problem solved.
... some damage. Luckily our third try worked out for us. We found a cheap place to stay. We went straight to the beach and had dinner on the beach. The next morning we were awakened bright and early with an aftershock of the big earthquake. Luckily it was a quick one. We then got up to a bright and sunny day and headed to the beach, about a 3 minute walk from our hotel. We set up our camp for the day. I started in the sun and after about 30 minutes of sitting there uncomfortably moved ...