Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Weekend Getaway

Having visitors lately has given us the great excuse of doing some sightseeing in and out of Mexico City. We took Dada and Dadi to Xochimilco to ride the garish gondolas (and buy plants for the apartment) and to the the Zocalo (which at night is all lit up in the national colors, as this is independence month). But best of all was our long weekend to Acapulco.

Since Mommy and Daddy are not huge fans of the Jersey shore, this was my first ever excursion to the beach, and I have to say that I just loved it. We stayed in a lovely hotel on the Puerto Marques Bay, in the more serene area of Acapulco. The ocean was warm as bath water and the waves were very gentle, so after my initial caution at trying something new, it was nearly impossible to get me off the beach.

The hotel also had three swimming pools to choose from (while Mommy preferred the infinity pool for her swimming, I stuck to the main pool which had an adjoining kiddie section). I spent an awful lot of time in there, and even made a friend, Lucca. It turns out that he and his parents live not too far from us in Mexico City, so hopefully we’ll be having some play dates in our future.

We also managed to venture out of the hotel to go see a dolphin show at the acquatic park, and then on to the famous cliff divers at La Quebrada (the divers jump into that narrow strait between the cliffs that you can see in the picture below).
After such a fun beach vacation, I’m counting down to our trip to Cabo in December!










2 comments:

guera said...

We're off to Veracruz next week and looking forward to some beach time like you guys. We also have my mother in law visiting at the moment - so we'll be taking advantage of the handy babysitter while we're there!

Rupal said...

Yes, the parents and in-laws are invaluable when it comes to babysitting. Have a great time in Veracruz - we haven't made it that far yet but I've heard it's beautiful (and a bit reminiscent of Cuba).