Hotel Villa Florencia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the sun set as we ate dinner with the entire staff at our disposal.
Course, when you're in a place rarely used you can't actually expect everything to work perfectly--like hot water in the showers. Or any water, really. Short Bob and I did fine that night, but the next morning tall Bob reported not only no hot water but no water at all. Not in the showers or the sinks--they hadn't turned on the water pumps yet. Oh well.
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I won't be seeing the southeast portion of Veracruz at this time as the poor thing is flooded, and a bridge has been swept away (or possibly just a road.... either way, can't pass) so I won't be going to San Andrés Tuxtla to check out the cigar capital of México.
I also just set myself up on couchsurfering.com and I have a feeling it will be my new best friend.
Anyway, off to bed and back ...
Our morning departure for Mazatlan was severely delayed when we were kidnapped by some of the new in-laws, a trio of Sinaloan housewives, and taken on a pilgrimage to the town they were born, somewhere in the Sinaloan countryside. "Here," they gestured at a row of white houses in the 300 person hamlet, "lived the rich, and over there," pointing across the river, "the poor. Us!". The houses didn´t look all that different to me ...
... from my sister´s closet before leaving. Next day was my birthday and I was approporiately serenaded with Las Mañanitas at midnight and hugged and congratulated by my new adopted relatives. The day itself coincided with Margot´s hen night which was unlike any I´d ever experienced in Europe....or that they´d experienced in cosmopolitan Mexico City, the girls whisperedly assured me. Sinaloan hen nights- not a chippendale or ...