Travel Blogs from Manzanillo
... they could proceed down the parade route. The Mardi Gras beads and balls were a big hit and their entry a big success. After the parade the crowd moved to the Malecon where a live band was playing music. We stayed back and out of the elbow to elbow crowd of party goers but had fun with our friends. We were surprised at the large turn out for this small town. Population being around 900. The ...
... to do a good thing. Check out the flyer tho--as much as they try, English is dang difficult for them, but then I'd hate to have to write a flyer in Spanish, either.
So the four of us get duded up and walk over to the restaurant at 6:30. Starts at 6:30, right? Flyer says 6:30 and like dummies we show up on. the. dot.
Oh dear. Have we learned NOTHING yet? Of COURSE we're the only ones there--they hardly have the tables set. I believe ...
... a local beach full of local restaurants. We didn’t eat here, but I guess it was good for a change of scenery. The last day of snorkeling was quite good although I forgot my camera. We saw sting rays, eels and some other interesting fish. I have seen better, but this was still pretty good. At night, I got a lawn chair and sat out late listening to the waves and trying to clear my mind.
... 916 34 85966
Ave Yucatan #421
Calderitas, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Bonanza RV Park OR La Playa RV PArk
Carr Playa del Carmen-Tulum
Route 307 Km 265
Quintana Roo, Mexico
The trade-off for this $100 a month primitive lifestyle is the million dollar beachfront property that we get to live on. You can tell by our photos that we are on a spot that some people would pay top dollar to own a small part of it. The other down side to this gorgeous place is that it is a public land that anyone can walk through or spend the day. And we just happen to be smack in the middle of the main walking path that gives access to the beach ...
Other places to stay in Manzanillo
36 Av. Olas Altas, Manzanillo | Hotelfrom $78