Marinaterra Hotel & Spa
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I was up at 6:00 a.m. By now, many of us had heard that there had been torrential rains and flooding in Phoenix and we apparently had stayed one step ahead of the bad weather. We had a boat trip scheduled for this morning on the Sea of Cortez and Sergio, our Tour Director, had rearranged the boat trip to be first this morning in case the rains came …
... in La Manzanilla on the southerly leg of our trip heading towards Puerto Vallarta. The DonGabi beachfront lot where we stayed was right across the road from a fenced off crocodile reserve which was the home of some very big crocs which I would not like to run into on a dark night walking home from the restaurant. La Manzanilla is a lovely little town a short walk away from our campsite with a lovely beach, great fooderies and a very busy marketplace. The ...
This is spring break for the local Mexicans. San Carlos has the closest beaches from two large cities and this is the vacation spot for them. We choose to be here but others are turned off by the crowds, loud music and merriment. We have never witnessed a fight or any violence unlike spring break parties in the states. Families and kids camp on ...
... is in the space next to us and is helping to widen our circle of friends. They have been indoctrinated with Damn that Butch tequila night and survived! They also have been victims of the water shortage. A water truck tried to put water into their holding tank and blew it apart from the force. Siesta at 3. We drop out, no TV,no news. We've been reading at night and fight to stay awake until 9. Life is good in San Carlos! PS the water is back ...
... sails down ! Tony arrived on the dinghy (with an outboard engine), I climbed onto it and the sailing dinghy capsized!It started to fill with water and there was no way we could bail it effectively.Lifejackets on though (for my RNLI kudos) ,we rolled the sail and tied it,but a gust blew the boom into Tony's nose and thwack, blood everywhere.We had a VHF radio which was tied to the sailing dinghy so we managed to remove it , ...