Posted by: Sailing Camelot | November 20, 2010

Bahia De Los Muertos

A view of the boat anchorage from the main swimming pool

We arrived at Bahia De Los Muertos (Bay of the Dead) on Monday, November 15th just after noon. This Bay is being developed and the builders have decided to change its name to Bahia De Los Suenhos (Bay of Dreams), we suppose making it more attractive to prospective buyers. Either way the bay was very clear with 30 feet or more visibilty and the water temp. was 79 degrees.

A view of the restaurant pool area

There was a wonderful little Hotel along the Bay, La Casa de Los Suenhos, that is cruiser friendly. As long as we bought drinks we could use the pool and facilities. The owner of the hotel has what can only be described as an obsession with trains. The main restaurant has electric trains running throughout the main room. Pinball machines and other games are located on the the second floor balcony. The hotel has two endless swimming pools and beautifully planted grounds.

That evening we moved over to the local watering hole with only numbers as a name “1535”, which honored the year the Mesicans defeated Montezuma (The man, not the diarrhea). We had a great time and a wonderful meal.

Our time was short lived at Bahia De Los Muertos, since we wanted to move along to Puerto Balandra. The next morning we departed.

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