Club Hotel Riu Jalisco
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... locals, met us in his panga and instructed us to follow him. He led us to one of his moorings and for 200 pesos we got a mooring for the night as well as free shuttles to the beach in his panga! Kip and Taylor immediately jumped overboard and swam to the beach for a look-see. A bit later we all took the panga ashore and had a nice stroll through the village and out to a lovely freshwater waterfall.
Wednesday was Kip’s ...
... cold Corona's and at least a few toasts of the most special tequila either one of us has ever tasted (Eva has some secret stash that is to die for!).
So we are indeed surviving the heat here in La Cruz, tucked away like moles in our floating, air conditioned castle by the sea. Almost each and every night there are thunder shows lighting up the sky in the most beautiful and terrifying way. The fear ...
... from Erin and Marc (soon to be wed April 2012); and Lindy and her good friend, Erika, from Corvallis, Oregon. (Erin is Naomi's eldest of 3 daughters and Lindy is the youngest)
We were able to squeeze in two sailing excursions across Banderas Bay; release turtles at sunset; explore El Centro, the malecon, and ...
... December 24, everybody goes to Misa de Noche Buena which is at midnight. After the Mass, everyone goes to their respective homes to have dinner with family and any friend who does not have a family is always welcome to be part of a family celebration, and most important of all to place the Baby Jesus in the manger in the Nativity scene.
The presents are not received on Christmas, for Christmas is a celebration of Life of ...
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Tuesday we went to San Francisco, called San Pancho by the locals, for lunch with Pamela. We parked across the street from a lovely little gallery called Huichol Indian Art and one of the owners recommended a lunch spot on the beach. It was still a little early, so we left our sandals at a table and walked the beach for about an hour. Upon our return we had limonada and angus burgers with fries, which were ...