Playa Bonita RV Resort
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... made the trip. In particular a couple (Ben and Joe) they are the best. We hung out with them the whole time we were there and never missed a happy hour... well one...a hangover got in the way that day.. They are truly great genuine people and got to be great friends. They offered us to stay in there drive way while i went away to work so Po had company while I was gone and it saved us RV fees as well (very kind of them), needless to say we ...
... over the counter and its under control now, unchecked they can get serious. The stem cell transplants wiped out all my vaccinations and I have to get all of them when we get back. I certainly hope I don't run into someone with mumps.
The wifi down here is flaky at best and we have had to go to the office to use the internet lately.
Liz and I send our love to everyone and hope you're having a great Christmas and enjoying the time off.
Liz and ...
... last year and since we're here for 6 weeks or so....anyway great deal.....if the USA wants to raise some money for infrastructure perhaps they should consider an alcohol tax.
We arrived at Puerto Penasco's Playa Bonita RV park on December first with intentions of staying until the 17th of January. A must in our opinion is to stay on the beachwall with nothing between you and the waves and sunsets. Now, thats where the "Mexican way" comes into effect. ...
... further than your lawn chair at the RV park and anything and everything comes to you. It starts out early in the morning with shrimp salesmen followed by the tamale lady and then the vendors start. Bowls, hats, toys, tables, jewelery, more jewelery, blankets, donuts, cookies, more jewelery, the torilla lady, fishing trips, metal flowers, plates and of course a little more jewelery. You have to feel for these poor people, they live on corn, beans and rice and work their buns off ...
... so now our 7 has turned to 10 and we've fed them all... This reminds me of home as a kid . . . we always had extras especially for the Holidays, so another plate or two wasn’t a big deal . . . Washing a couple more plates wasn’t a big deal either!
Around 6:30 the sun has gone down, Connie has taken all kinds of photos and we're getting cold so we pack up, get cleaned up and head home… ...