Soooo…. I don’t know if it’s been opposite day or week or what, but despite what everyone had told us, we loved Acapulco. From the cliff divers to the taxi drivers to the snorkelling to the coffee to the high-tech race boats…. Acapulco was a delight for the senses.
(How corny is that, right? “A delight for the senses“? But seriously, it was a beautiful, tasty, awe-inspiring, wonderful stop)…
I was really worried for the middle guy…
…but they always worked it out!
An unexpected bonus of watching the cliff divers? After their crazy dives, they go down and scavenge oysters. A plate of these suckers was *seriously* tasty…
Also tasty? The coffee! “Cafe Wadi” has been in business since 1924, and had the best selection of beans we’d seen so far…
Just because it falls in the category of “what life is *really* like without refrigeration”, I like this pic. We wanted to buy block ice (since it lasts so much better than cubed) so we went to the ice factory… but they didn’t have any bags, and the cabby was not too happy at the prospect of a pool of water in his trunk, so we ran across some death-defying traffic to find a little party store that happily sold us some enormous bags to hold our ice 🙂
I’m not the best at taking underwater pics, but we loved the snorkelling in Acapulco…
I don’t know if needlefish pose any danger at all to human beings… but I was afraid anyways 🙂
This was also the first time Jon got to test his jellyfish suit for real (there were lots of jellyfish in the water)…
According to one of the local guys, Acapulco is where all the big racers in Mexico keep their fancy-pants boats, and they have a race once a month. We were in awe of their crazy high-tech sails, and had an amusing afternoon guessing how many Brio’s we could buy for the price of one of their Kevlar sails….
Our last day in Acapulco found us at a museum. Full disclosure: I am not a museum gal.
But it was a Sunday, and Sundays are free-entry day at the museum, and Jon really wanted to see the Fort at the museum, and I love free stuff, so…. off to the museum we went 🙂
And you know what? It was reeeeally good!
Although I liked the temporary art exhibit best, I would definitely say that the museum is a worthy stop. Especially if it’s Sunday 🙂
And that’s all she wrote for Acapulco! After (yet another) passage, we’re happily in Huatulco, sucking up wifi and breakfast and friends and just generally loving life! 🙂
Awesome photos of the cliff divers, wow!
and the one of your snorkelling! going to use it in a painting, hope that’s okay.
love the blog, keep writing
(we are having an awesome weekend, hit over 25 today…LOVE summer 🙂
Thanks Maureen 🙂 And for sure use the picture, and send me a pic of your painting when it’s done!!