Acapulco Get Out of My Head – (How Acapulco is the only woman for me)

Acapulco Get Out of My Head – (How Acapulco is the only woman for me)


What is it about Acapulco that torments me in my sleep. Do I have bed head? Yeah… Good content. If you are among the lucky ones who have
visited Acapulco, then you know the experience of laying eyes on the bay for the first time. In Acapulco you’ll find miles and miles
of beach and beautiful rocky shores. But for me, it’s the locals who have
become my family. That family extends to my many gringo
friends who come from various places throughout the United States and Canada. And who I get to visit with each and every February. To me Acapulco has really taken a bad rap. And you know, it’s earned some of
the news that has been exploded here and there. These days, where is there not
crime? You know, sometimes I feel like Acapulco is really getting bullied by
the media, because it’s the sole city in the state of Guerrero. You know,
Chilpancingo is in Guerrero. That’s the capital of the state. But you know,
there’s not many tourists go to Chilpancingo. Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo,
they’ve experienced some bad news and they’ve experienced some crime as well.
But when there happens to be a crime of any fashion, the media will list the
event as Acapulco. Guerrero is a large state but Acapulco is given the headline because the old gal still catches the attention of the media’s consumers. Although the crime occurred a hundred miles or more away. Across the United States, you have crime. Serious mass murders. At California close to my
hometown same thing. So yeah, Acapulco in my opinion has really been bullied by the media. This video is not gonna have a lot of
dialogue. It’s not gonna have a lot of me talking. I think that Acapulco can pretty much speak for itself. So with that said, enjoy the the many views – the many
drone shots that I have taken in beautiful Acapulco There are so many more ways that
Acapulco can get into your head. Acapulco has so many layers. Aside from
the first impression of the beautiful view of the bay. There’s a ton of water sports and recreation. Such as paddleboarding. And jet skiing. You can snorkel. You can scuba dive. There’s deep-sea fishing among many others. What a frustrating thing for my dear
friend Rosie at the Acapulco Mall. I know! I was there. To expect something you
would think was a sure thing only to be a victim of a raw deal.
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a lot of history. Such as Taxco which I recommend spending an entire day or two. Oh, but there’s more layers to be enjoyed. Such
as the many many restaurants. The many opportunities to shop. There’s the bus
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4 thoughts on “Acapulco Get Out of My Head – (How Acapulco is the only woman for me)

  • December 10, 2019 at 4:23 am
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    So happy to see a new post from you… I have not been to Acapulco yet… right now I am in Puebla and having a great time.. last night went to Atlixco for the Christmas lights and festival there.. it is a wonderful Pueblo Magico and I really would love to see you film it… another interesting thing is the Pilgrims coming through this area .. SO MANY!!! many carrying signs and banners. Loving Mexico, thank you for saying what you have about crime.. I agree totally! So refreshing to be here! Best wishes !

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  • December 10, 2019 at 4:54 am
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    Aca is my first true love!! My first visit to Aca was in 1977 as a 9 year-old kid. I have returned annually since the 90's.

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  • December 10, 2019 at 5:11 am
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    ACA!!! There's a good reason this is in my top 3 mexico locations! Really miss it! You bring up some great points. My advice is to go there and make up your own mind!

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  • December 10, 2019 at 6:10 am
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    Great video! Never knew how much like PV Acapulco looks. Well definitely have to visit it.

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