Hotel Ana Liz
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While I was jogging on the boardwalk last night I saw a turtle come to shore to nest. She was huge! She began to make her nest for her eggs. There were about 20 people standing around watching her. I asked a man( in Spanish) how they will keep the eggs safe.He told me( in Spanish) that somebody called the nursery where they keep the baby turtles. They will take the eggs there and raise the ...
... insist on looking the part of
the tourist by wearing the sandals with socks, the flowered shirts and the
straw hats. I find it hard to believe that this is a regular part of one’s
daily attire, which leads me to believe that people buy these things when they
go on vacation.
I decided to walk the 2 miles to my resort. Afterwards, I regretted not taking a bus or taxi,
because the weather was much hotter and humid than ...
... We saw eagle rays (one each diving tank), jaw fish, lot of moray eels, jacks, idol morish fish, cornet fish and a lot of sea orchins at Majahuitas beach dive.It was a great day.WeŽll keep you informed on the next diving days.All the bestCesar ...
... We did find a fantastic veggie buffet for 80 pesos (about Ł3.70) each and stuffed ourselves stupid on various concoctions which kept us going for 24hrs.
We stayed in the downtown area of PV, far lovelier than the newer side of PV. It has the more authentic feel of mexico with old cobbled streets, high curbs and street vendors on every corner. Not quite had the courage to try food from the vendors yet ...
... on some fire garb and climbed the steps to the roof with Wal-Mart fire extinguishers in hand. Put the puppy out, got in there trucks and left. Now also during this time, no one blocked off the streets, and the fire truck ****** off all of the drivers as they could not get around it going south at the intersection, and sat there beeping their horns telling them to get the f out of the way.
So goes our life in Mexico. Is it not grand, we love it?
Its all ...