Blue Seas Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we were last back on the bus. Needless to say we did not tell others where we had been. The third stop on our tour was the old part of the town where you saw the real side of a Mexican City. We also went to a Church when a nun tried to rip Johnny off when he bought me a pair of rosary beads.
He was quite amused by that.
We are now back on board and waiting to set sail again to the next port - ah! Good times!!!
... specifically the waves. My ears perked up because i heard the word "las olas". It sounds the same as "hola". This reminded both Scott and i of a story i when w were in Costa Rica 10 years ago.
Scott was body surfing in Costa Rica amoungst some locals who were serious surfers. Scott got in the way of one of the surfers and he looked at Scott and said "******* holas!" Scott got out of the water shortly after and told me that this surfer dude was ****** at ...
... life guard put marks in the sand so that no one could get any closer to the turtle. Medical officials then came and look at the turtle. It was hardly moving. Scuttlebutt on the beach said that the turtle and been caught in the waves and hit the rocks to the north of the resort. After a while they carried the turtle away and a vet was coming. We later heard that the turtle was going to be okay. What a great way to start the day.
... dichotomy of the economy. Extremely poor with beyond FANCY hotels and condos all mixed up and tangled up. Andres as asked us "who do you think is happiest? the people who live in those shacks? or the people who live in those fancy places?" The answer was easy. No question the "poor" folks here are happiest. They have their values and morals intact. They believe in their families, their religion and they live a basic simple life. They need very little. They ...
... keep the following in mind (sorry if it is repetitive)
- drug related crime is not targeting tourists
- think realistic - why would drug lords be on the train?? there's federal police on the train, too, so unless they are really stupid, they keep away
- most of the crime is around the boarder areas (and on both sides of the boarder!!), and the Canyon is still a couple of hours away from the boarder...