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Mexico

More Progress at Coconutz RV Park.

I just wanted to get out a new update on recent progress at Coconutz RV Park. We have brought in some fine gravel to help solidify the sandy areas where vehicle travel was a little on the “iffy” side.  This is a product that packs down well, and should help eliminate any problems driving into … Continue reading »

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Tecoman Lime Festival

Tecoman is the third largest city in the State of Colima.  It is known as the “Lime Capital of the World”. Manzanillo, Mexico’s largest port on the Pacific Ocean is also located in the State of Colima. On Saturday night we went to the Lime Festival, and it was a much larger event than I … Continue reading »

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Back to the Coast

Friday we are headed back to the Pacific Coast to Cuyutlán.  We will be trading our mile high arid temperature in the high 70’s for warmer and more humid conditions.         Cuyutlán is the home of the “Green Wave”  In the spring late in the afternoon, the sun shines through the waves. … Continue reading »

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Sayulita – On the Beach

On the beach at Sayulita was a different experience.  In front of the Sayulita Trailer Park & Bungalows was a nice and relatively un-populated beach.  We, admittedly, were there a little before “high season” so I do not know how it might be then. There was a restaurant, beach front, associated in some way with … Continue reading »

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Sayulita – Around the Town

About an hour north of Puerto Vallarta, Sayulita began as a small fishing village that hippies, and surfers started coming to years ago.  Now it has become a very touristy destination for many retired gringos, and still populated with many surfer types, and lots of younger folks with strange hair, lots of tattooed men and … Continue reading »

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La Peñita – On the Beach

I was out on the beach one morning, and there were three fishermen laying out their nets.  They ran the nets from the beach out into the bay a ways, then turned right to run at the same angle as the shore line, then another right turn to head back to the beach. Then they … Continue reading »

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La Peñita – Around town

La Peñita de Jaltemba is a quaint little fishing village, somewhat north of Puerto Vallarta.  It is a little bit worn around the edges, but appears to be trying to make a comeback of sorts. Most likely government sponsored improvements include a new Malecón, paved streets and new concrete sidewalks, painted a dark red, and … Continue reading »

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The “Little Rig” RV Campground

This is a wonderful place to spend a few days, or longer.  It is named “Little Rig” because there is a maximum length of 30 feet.  There are only six spaces, each one roughly 30 x 30 feet.  Full hookups, and Wi-Fi. Brian & Carole were our hosts, and they hail from British Columbia, and … Continue reading »

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Roca Azul

  We wanted to take a short trip to check out all of the systems in the motorhome, before heading out to the Pacific coast, hopefully next month.  There were several small problems, but I think we have them identified, some remedied, and a plan for the others.     Lake Chapala is Mexico’s largest … Continue reading »

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