Casa Caballito del Mar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Poor internet again. Martin asked if I wanted to go for a ride with him. He had some things to do and we wouldn’t be back ’til evening. I needed to get cash from an ATM, so I said yes.
We first stopped in Compostela so he could renew his driver’s license. Didn’t take more than a half hour (about $25 for a DL), then we had lunch at a Korean restaurant: ...
... fact that we are driving a 4 door ¾ ton Ram, and it takes up a lot of room, but size does matter and we kept true to the GPS and followed it in one block, turned back towards the way we came, and then not turning back towards the road we came off of, turned the opposite way for a 10 block run through the back roads of town. We held true, made a right hand turn back at the main road, and were again heading in the right direction.
This would not be the end ...
Hola from Chacala,
We had a delightful and uneventful sunny four hour motor to get here. Other than a mother whale of unknown species and her young protégé appearing momentarily in our path there was nothing exciting to report.
Last night was a different story. We had already published our blog entry in preparation for an early morning departure to Chacala when it started to rain. By rain we mean deluge. It came down ...
Checked the Lottery tickets and Calender, looks like we will be heading home.
I believe I last talked to you when we were in San Miguel de Allende. After San Miguel, we drove to Aguascalientes. This is a modern city, lots of manufacturing, the Nissan plant was about 3 kilometers long, and a new one going up across the street is about 4 kilometers long.
Our campsites are never a letdown. Sometimes we feel nervous, not knowing what we are getting into, the guide book said ...
... And having an ensuite bath with hot shower, just doesn't compare to washing in the sink. We probably pushed the small dog rule right to the limit with Kona, but rules are usually taken to the limit in Mexico. The next day all eight of us, plus Kona piled into Hazel, (once again pushing the rules to the limit) did a 5 minute drive to Mismaloya where we enjoyed a delicious lunch, again on the sand, under palapas, right on
the beach. Then we piled back ...