Hacienda Cora Golf & Spa
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... long pants for the entire trip. We all had a good chuckle.
No, the bump in the road, so to speak, came when we were attempting to pick up our cheaper than dirt rental car – can you believe it – only $4 a day! Oh, but the fine print said you had to have collision insurance and that your credit card rental collision didn’t cover Mexico. Ok, we got the collision for another $15 a day. But when we got to the counter we ...
... Several restaurants lined the coast where you can get cheap cervezas,
margaritas, and tacos. There is a small craft market selling cheap
souvenirs. There are also bars and restaurants overlooking the
marina and the water providing a perfect spot for watching the
Outside, there were plenty of cabs and locals touting for the tour spots, but it was not
noisy and crowded. One of the places being promoted was the ...
... I raked the leaves and Chloe swept the stairs after raking them. The boys didn't do much of anything. They were playing with sharp objects like the axe and machete. But boys will boys and you can't expect anything else. The adults carried the stove across huge rocks. They held onto it the whole time and it was REALLY impressive. Thank God that nobody fell or got hurt. We worked until 2 and continued after eating a DELICIOUS lunch. I still don't know ...
... with other guest, plus more booze than ever but only once an early evening nap. One too many 'dirty monkey's." that round.
I enyoyed a game of golf, but we took it easy and never really counted our shots especially when we encounter the waterways being full of real life crocs. The staff failed to warn us but there are plenty of signs and the men we followed, gave us the heads up. Most of the crocs were about ...
... distance HF-radio links only work when ionospheric conditions are favorable. Sometimes other higher priority jobs (e.g. sail changing, or getting some sleep) mean that radio schedules are missed. A smashed keyboard or dash of salt water can put computers out of action. Power to run the radio is limited and may be needed for navigation lights or other equipment.
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