I've already blogged through our accomodations at the beautiful Club Intrawest, and the Land itself. Today I'll share some of our experiences with Zihuatanejo's local culture.
When you stay at a place like Club Intrawest, you're pretty "insulated" and isolated. They do, however, encourage their guests to go out and explore with a local guide, which is what we did. Our guide for the day was a delightful man by the name of "Oscar."
Zihua is, of course, a draw for vacationers,
All over Zihua, and much of Mexico, I suppose, you see roofs made of clay tiles:
First, we watched the pro:
(If it won't play here for some reason, you can also watch the video at YouTube by clicking the above link )
Then it was our turn! I went first...
Our next trip was to an ecology farm where they are trying to raise awareness (to tourists and also to their own population via school field trips) of native flora and fauna.
My next and final installment will cover one more area of beauty that I have not yet shared...stay tuned!