Marinaterra Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... story from one of the boats down here who headed for the south pacific in March. They didn’t bring their lines in at nightfall. One night as they were sailing along they got a strike at midnight. It was a huge bite which kept them busy fighting the fish until sunup. It turned out to be a 150 pound tuna. That’s a lot of tuna! They had so much fish they called all the boats in the area asking them to come by for a share ...
... on Saturday April 5th. We have just wished "Bon Voyage" to Hazel and her crew (Ross, Cathie, Ray, Lydia and Kona, of course) as they make their way back north after a lovely warm holiday. They have been really great to travel with, have shown us lots of great places / things of interest in Mexico and oriented us to the wonders of the people and places in a gracious and appreciative way. And we had a lot of fun boogie boarding.
We left off the ...
... a 30 minute hike each way to a secret little bay. At the “Aquarium” we saw some very colorful fish. Ray, Lydia and Maria Lynn even saw some sting rays. After the snorkeling / hike, we had a nice visit before returning to base camp. Cathies soup is starting to smell real good, and I think it’s almost ready for a taste test.
Will talk to you when we get home.
Thanks for traveling with us, and all your nice ...
... and became integrated quickly with all the craziness. Jim met Damn that Butch one night. After a lot of tequila and driving home without his lights on, he also met the policia! Oops! Hey no problemo. The discussion in Spanish did include mas cervesa. Conclusion, they took his license which was returned the following morning after paying a 150 pesos. ($12). la la la la Jim's mantra like oh well! This was only the beginning of stories with them. ...