Chuck hailed a taxi driver to tour the city. We visited a fort, saw many fabulous hotels which previously were locations visited by past movie stars and then participated in the Aztec Dinner and Cliff Divers excursion. Not one that I would recommend, nor ever repeat. The taxi driver trip was inexpensive, as shared by the 6 of us and was much more entertaining than the excursion.
This is there we participated in the Ixtapa Canopy Adventure, which the others enjoyed tremendously....me, not so much. I knew I had a fear of heights but thought I could handle this adventure. I only participated in the practice trials, then waited for the group in the bar area while they did the actual high-line adventure.
We visited Zihuatanejo's market area then ate dinner at the best Mexican food restaurant! It was named something like 3 Amigos and a Gringo, and had the best Chili Rellano's EVER!
We enjoyed the Town, Country & Tequila tour. We started at the Tequila factory where we tested 3 different grades of Tequila, before touring a beautiful town church and beaches with many sand sculptures depicting the Christmas season.
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