Argovia Finca Resort, Ruta del cafe
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... on and head north into the unknown. It’s our wedding anniversary today so there’s plenty of cards in our stateroom window – thank god we both thought of the same thing.
Tapachula is much larger than what we’re used to in Ajijic – there’s Sam’s Club, Burger King, Home Depot and the like – the main roads are good but they still have those notorious "tope" (speed bumps) to slow ...
After a few hours sleep on the bus station floor, being regularly woken up by employees to be told 'you can't sleep here'... We played the 'no entiendo, lo siento' and carried on, we got up and went to find some food and water for the journey. We got on the bus at midday and have never been on a bus with so many security stops, army ...
... s (not the ones we made obviously) apples, stuffed pepper, Cheetos and Frito's ( well that wasn't there name but that was they tasted like) But I created the PBA tortilla it was a tortilla with peanut butter on it and apples in between on my goodness was it good. Sam, Melissa, and Roy all tried it and liked it. The cook wouldn't try it on a tortilla he thought that was el loco but he did try peanut butter on an apple and liked it. He took a picture on his camera of ...
... I was in this small restaurant, the heavens opened. It was incredible and have probably only seen it this heavy in Florida. After I finished my nice meal I thought I would wait till it finished but then it got heavier, incredible, a sea fell from thr sky in 30 mins then.......it got heavier still !!!! The roads were like rivers and streams thundered water down the rocks. The noise in the metal roof was deafening. All in all, I sat there for about ...
... others, so we had the joy of putting up the tents and starting lunch.
Lunch was avacados, onions, peppers, carrots, cucumbers, fresh bread and chips. A welcome feast after our hours of climbing.
The clouds were desending fast and we were literally sitting in a cold damp mist of cloud, so we pulled out the sleeping bags and sat in the tent chatting to an Irish couple and an English couple
Lorenzo called us about an hour later to say he was heading up to ...