Category Archives: mexico

Cancun Resort: Day One

During the height of Covid, a lot of places were offering ridiculous deals, with the promise of traveling any time within the next two years. One place advertised on Facebook. A week in Cancun for $250 bucks. I decided I … Continue reading

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The Pig Hands of Puerto Vallarta

I had an afternoon to myself to wander the streets of Puerto Vallarta. Why would they ban corgies? Those dogs never hurt anybody, and have no political leanings of which I am aware. I asked the taxi drivers where they … Continue reading

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Puerto Vallarta, Land of the Iguana

The next day we took a boat to the Island of Puerto Vallarta, where John Huston filmed The Night of the Iguanas. Here is a remainder of the set Share on Facebook

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Boating in Cabo

One day we took a boat out to Cove to snorkel. Everything was so relaxing and calm, it was strange when they started cranking metal. Share on Facebook

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One Bitchin’ Boat

I recently went on a cruise to Mexico. The ship was gorgeous. Upon first embarking, we were greeting by huge glass sculptures reminiscent of Chihuly. Share on Facebook

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Cruise: Ensenada Blows

Our second and final harbour was Ensenada, Mexico. It was a short cruise. Some people were still afraid of the swine flu and stayed on board, which didn’t really protect them because the rest of us could bring it back … Continue reading

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I recently took a 3-day cruise to Baja. After the food we had eaten on the cruise to Alaska, I was none too sure what my dining options would be. But hey, I was going to Mexico, right? So what … Continue reading

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Mazatlan Friday: El Centro

We went down to El Centro, the historic area of Mazatlan. First I wanted to try to photograph the cathedral. Traffic was bad, and worsened by a bizarre little marketing parade. This character, seen all over town, appears to be … Continue reading

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