Motel El Dorado
TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel El Dorado Loreto
This place is quite average but I gave them four stars because of the sweet and helpful staff. Location is great, just one block from the Malecon and the beach. Clean and quiet as well.
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... any room. Right now, we wear our shortest shorts and lightest tanks to walk at dawn. We still eat breakfast outdoors because we have one walled garden where we can sit close to a cooling fountain. If working on a project, we cool one room with A/C. We submerge ourselves in water for a good chunk of each afternoon. Swimming is still heavenly. At night, we are able to sleep only by shutting all the French doors now and using the A/C.
We are savouring ...
... keep at bay any being that flies instead of walks. Gone are many interior gardens, the better with which to seat guests for cocktails instead of birds.
Me, I like living with the gardens and all the plant droppings and all the creatures too.
As I move inside this morning and sweep the interior floor of each room, I remember what I swept in October, and the different sweepings in November and in December.
Many living things live in these ...
The more I notice, the more I notice. That's the way it goes here -- and everywhere. Don't just do something; stand there! Notice, and you start noticing more.
This is one of the best aspects of living in a different country and not just passing through. It is having the time to walk the same land many times. It is the luxury of living without haste. It is everything being new and therefore all my senses going on high alert. It is a matter of ...
... call, we were in the back of a land cruiser on our way to the infamous Del Mar Fair.
The Del Mar Fair
If America needed a commercial ad to demonstrate to the world exactly what it represents, you would need only a smartphone and $20 entry pass to the fairgrounds in Del Mar. This place was absolutely wild. Flashing lights emanating from carnival rides; saturated fat dripping from soft pretzels; brass instruments emitting sound ...
... appetizers, soups/salads, entrees, and desserts. And everything is delicious.
We have met many interesting and friendly people, including some who actually know where Nova Scotia is. On one of our tours we met a family from Calgary that were celebrating their
parent’s 50th anniversary. It turns out that the mother’s teaching career was at QE High School, and the mother’s father was the family doctor in Berwick, NS. One of the daughters saw ...