Miramar....not really....I like the place but don't lie to protect it like you boosters do..Wow Jerry, somebody needs a nap! You're becoming quite the Penasco hater- I'll give you some melatonin
Where in Sonoyta is El Serape?Despite your scares, we stop in Sonoyta for tacos at El Serape for the best we have had, and there are good ones in Tucson!
Some might say your adjectives are about Las Dunas, and you too are an extreme booster of that area, but I find it beautiful also. Heck, their website is down, and it's just not what they promoted 20 years ago! We may not get huge cruise ships, but that's OK with me. I would love smaller cruisers
Their bowl of beans are great too!At the T, by VIP (old Circle K) go right, then immediate left. Best tacos! And tell Abel, the owner, hola, along with Gabbie, Raul, and Jesus. Abel has 3 kids, one is a doctor, one an engineer, and the other still in high school. He is a truly beautiful person, along with his wife, and both real sweet hearts.
Can't wait till the grifter filled Sonoyta PD starts picking off cruisers blasting through town....should give us coverCarnival is going to develop a terminal in Ensenada to add another stop for their ships, I don't know how this will affect the long struggling RP cruise port cluster.
Still too big....going on a Seabourne to St. Petersburg etc. in July that is 600...wish it was 400 like it's sister ships...Hoping this smaller cruise ship (540 passengers vs. 1225 ) will be available to cruise the Sea of Cortez. Grupo Vidante is developing the Mayan Palace area. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/18169-grupo-vidanta-to-enter-cruise-industry-with-ex-voyager-more-ships.html#disqus_thread
I believe it's credible that a lot more money will get poured into this project and magically disappear into somebody's pocket like the money before it. Call me an eternal optimist. <snicker>So .... you are all on in "I'll believe when I see it!" mood about the privatization of the port? Or do you think this is credible?