Royal Villas Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... up red chests. They had absolutely no fear of humans. We could approach them sitting in short head-high trees and they didn’t react to us in any way. The island is crisscrossed with trails so we headed off on one of them to see more of the island. It was very hot as we trudged up and down one ridge after another. Once we reached the far end of the island we began to see the boobies. They are called bobos here in Mexico and they nest on the ground. ...
... plan that will take 20 years to complete, with houses, condos, a golf course, etc. They have been working on it for three years now and it is starting to look very beautiful. It is not formally open, but the gardeners let us come in and look around, we took a lot of pictures some of which we have shared here.
There are a lot of other things we like about this park, so if you would like to know something just ask. ...
... A Canadian woman came in second in the Elite class. Our son-in-law mentioned that she was from Guelph, Ontario!
Captain Moe took us on a tour in his car around the city one afternoon. We saw the largest 3 dimensional mosaic mural in the world (according to Guinness) called The Sea of Cortez, then off we went to the harbour and past some of the incredibly poor shack areas of Mazatlan. We didn't go on the dump tour that Lyn suggested, but could hardly imagine ...
... machine guns and pistols, dark sun glasses and black mask over the lower part of their face;
At a Customs checkpoint (vehicle paperwork checked);
At a military checkpoint (interior of Patrol & T-van searched by 2 young soldiers while officers looked on and yarned before turning the sniffer dog loose).
Apart from these checkpoints there was also roving patrols of police/military in normal Ford F150/Dodge1500 open back utes with two blokes in the cab ...
... the evening. I had some ceviche for dinner (more fish!) and then walked along the beach to see the sunset. It's a bit like la Paz where there is a pavement (malecon) in front of the beach, only the town is much bigger and Mexican! (La Paz is mostly for American tourists and tiny). People run, roller blade and cycle along the malecon. I sat on the wall to watch the sun set behind 3 islands. I was joined by a Mexican and spoke in Spanish to him for a couple of ...