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... our next rig a 1978 Chrysler LeBaron pulling a 26 Argosy travel trailer made by Airstream. Later we purchased a vintage 1967 Dodge Travco motorhome which had a very FLASH GORDON look about the design. During that phase we joined the Dodge Travco Motorhome group and attended several RV rallies. We are still in contact with many of the friends we made at these rallies. We met our fellow Travco owners Steve and Lisa Lindell ...
... well into the night as do most parties in Mexico. Mexicans know how to party!
On the way over we got to see the active Colima Volcano spew a little steam out and on our way home the winds whipped up a rather dense dust storm across the dry lake beds just west of us. The three and a half hour drive was over quickly with toll roads the entire way once we were away from Lake Chapala.
Having fun in La Mazanilla
Sounds like we will be leaving Zihuatanejo tomorrow :<(…. (that was about 4 days ago, perhaps more if you haven't been checking this blog everyday like you should be ;<) but keep reading and I’ll bring you up to speed. Zihuatanejo is a real nice city, not too large, and very Mexican. There are a fair amount of tourists here, but it’s not built up like Ixtapa next door. No modern buildings that don’t ...
... it is like a bit of paradise.
Some of you may have heard of recent activities in this province of Michoacan as regards to vigilante action against local crime figures which often take the form of roadblocks and checkstops. Well we certainly experienced a few of these in our travels. These included: The first one was a few young guys not very intent which we just continued driving past; the second was very odd with about
20-30 masked men; ...
... dinner. It sounded to me like a great way to immerse myself in the Oaxacan running community and to explore Mexico for a reasonable cost, so I signed up. So did one of my running buddies, Leah Frost (so as to eliminate confusion, I’ll refer to her henceforth as “Frosty”).
Now, I should explain that, when conversing in Spanish, I’ve gotten quite used to pretending I understand what is being said to me even when ...
Other places to stay in Manzanillo
Blvd. Miguel de la Madrid km 11.5, Manzanillo | Hotelfrom $91