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bumming around zihuatanejo

only 8 days left!!! time sure flies when you are having fun.

we were planning on going skydiving today, but circumstances beyond our control prevented us, so it ended up being a pretty slow day. i am happy to report that we spent little time in front of the telvision however. mostly we hung out on the porch at our hotel, but we also sat by the beach for a while.

while we were eating breakfast, right beside us some Pecanto Fire Dancers set up shop and started performing. their costumes were incredible and the dancing and drumming was something else to see.


afterwards they let people stand with them to have their pictures taken. i chickened out but alex even got to hold some of their gear.


yesterday we checked out Playa Linda, the last public beach we needed to see in Ixtapa. it was another Stacey beach with small waves and alex thinks he sort of knows where his secret surfing beach is from there, which is neat. we might try and see that sometime soon. not tomorrow because we have another skydiving appointment for 3pm. eep!

one of the exciting things about yesterday though is that once we got off the bus we found a cycling path and a nature habitat! there were iguanas and crocodiles. we wanted to swim and so ended up not walking far enough to see the frogs but what we did see was pretty awesome!!!



also on our bus ride up there, alex was pretty amused by our driver, who had religious flyers all over the front of the bus, and a crucifix, which he took a picture of.


it has really been a treat being somewhere that is, in some ways, so incredibly different from canada. i have to say, i have really been enjoying myself so far. seems like it should continue as well!!!

hopefully the next 8 days will be super action packed!!! i am sure we will have a lot more to write about, especially after tomorrow! haha.


-stacey and alex

Posted by Gadabout 16:08

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