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... coast near us on the Pacific coast named Cuyutlan and met several of the local expats living there. The opportunity came up for us to build our own RV camping park so here we are. Construction of our Coconutz RV Park in Cuyutlan began three weeks ago and we hope to have phase 1 open by November. Phase 1 will consist of 4 beach front sites and bathroom/shower facilities located near the beginning of Cuyutlan's malecon(water ...
... well into the night as do most parties in Mexico. Mexicans know how to party!
On the way over we got to see the active Colima Volcano spew a little steam out and on our way home the winds whipped up a rather dense dust storm across the dry lake beds just west of us. The three and a half hour drive was over quickly with toll roads the entire way once we were away from Lake Chapala.
... We drove to Guadalajara last Saturday where we boarded the Tequila Train that took us to the distillery of Herradura. Fascinating place. Jen and I have drunk more Tequila in the last week than we have in the last thirty years. I am now officially over Glen telling me "Tomale (Tom-a-lay) ***** which we have been told means "Drink up *****". Charming. I don't seem to be able to find this translation on Google so I am picking it might mean something worse. We ...
... of the flowers before they become fruit. The entire process lasted less than 10 minutes and all it took was some rope, a sickle and 2 guys.
Later that day Bob took me to visit the mining fields where he worked. They purchase and mine iron ore to ship overseas. There were numerous fields owned by multinationals in the area and all there were fields with mining equipment and piles of stones and dirt. During that time the Mexican government had shut ...
... dry land. I guess it's Acapulco, but that might tbe pretty brief. It looks like our next port call of any lengthy duration will be in Guatamala, so it might be a while. Until then, the open blue sea!!!
We have changed the watches around. I am going to do the 2000-2400 shift now, starting tonight. We'll shift sometime and I'll take the 0000-0400 shift. I don't know when that'll happen. For now, I'll see how I do at keeping awake in the dark. So far it's ...