Hacienda Cora Golf & Spa
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... 24/7 - it was indescribable. Our hotel had 2 buffets, 6 a la carte restaurants (ranging from sushi to steak to Mexican), and a swim-up bar which all served food. Because we arrived while the hotel was still new, we got an insane deal: $800/ person for a week of unlimited food, drinks, and activities. BEST BIRTHDAY ...
... one of the local buses (75 cents US) and got off right down in the centre of the town. The promenade along the waterfront is different and has certainly added to the scenery. It was lovely to walk along looking at the different shops that sell anything and everything that one would like to have. When we were here in 1990 I bought some shorts from some peddlers walking along the beach and have just thrown out one pair so ...
... and now it actually felt like a decent hostel again. So much of travelling can be about who you meet as opposed to where you go!
We just spent the night walking round with a few (more) beers but things were generally pretty quiet around the town so just chilled out and chatted, then the next day I wanted to get out of the cheesy cruise ship type place, so went to the more backpacker friendly surf town of Sayulita about an hour away.
Thought about doing ...
... at Hotel Belmar, the parade of the festival of Gaudalupe arrived at our doorstep of men and women in costumes of feathered hats, jingling ankles dancing to brass marching music. The hours passed with Dos Equios in hand while promenading the Melacon and amusing Dave with upskirt views as us 4 girls climbed various climbable objects. The night ended there, only to be followed by a ravishing night of sleep.
Not only did Sara kick me because my knee accidentally touched hers, but ...
... might make it but no one else knew. So, I was the surprise package. I thoroughly enjoyed the shock on people’s faces when I would stroll up and say hello. It was great to see some many of my friends in this completely alien environment. They had hired a local lady to cook the meal of authentic Mexican food. The grilled shrimp kabobs were my favorite. It was a far stretch from the food I had been eating and I loved ...
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