Marival Resort & Suites
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... it was delicious and very inexpensive. After lunch we stepped next door and had ice cream cones and frozen fruit and juice bars for dessert. We had two more stops in San Blas. One was the Capitania de Puerto and the other was an ancient fort and church on a hill above town.
When traveling between ports, we are supposed to check in, and out, with the Port Captains. Sometimes it is done over the radio (lots of fun as they seem to only speak very ...
... We drove into the monarchy hole for Dave to practice his already perfect parallel parking skills then left for Bucerios. There we wandered along the dusty road, met some police officers who happily handed their automatics for some photo taking.
Driving past punta de mita we found yet another even more privately secluded nude booby tanning beach. Here there were a couple stands selling beer ...
... But with only a few days left of Mexico we want to be in gritty Mexico, not a made for tourist version of Mexico.
So as the finish line gets nearer, I found myself appreciating the small things even more. One of the things that I am going to miss and not miss at the same time is our morning coffee ritual. I am usually the type of person who wakes up knowing exactly how many minutes it will take me to get dressed, walk the dog, grab ...
... and check in while they watched over them.
“Yus go inside!” One rudely barked at Valerie’s cousin, Ericka, when she tried to grab her bag from his grasp. I told you they were serious about their tips. The inside of the resort gleamed with opulence, and certainly did not lack the famous Mexican hospitality. A man greeted us with ice-cold bottled water, because everyone and their dogs know to never drink the filth in Mexico ...
We did the complete turista jungle cruise! Jose, our guide took us on a 3 hour tour of the mangrove covered estuary to the source of a spring where we took a dip in the sparkling clear water and had shrimp tacos and pina coladas for lunch.Think Jungleland of Mexico and you've pretty much got the picture, but I did take a lot of pictures anyway... over 300! So here are just a hand full of shots of ...