Casa de los Tesoros
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I was up at 6:30 a.m. and at breakfast in the dining room at 7:30 a.m. and luggage out.
We met in the lobby for our 8:30 a.m. walking tour of Alamos with a local guide. Sergio, our Tour Director, stated he had arranged a car tour for anyone who felt they could not do a walking tour. We had two people who were using canes on the tour, the …
... up being a conga line with half of the group participating and half having no part of it. The entertainment was one hour.
Most everyone headed back to their rooms, myself included, as it was the end of another busy day. I washed my hair so it would be dry by morning and read for awhile.
Tomorrow breakfast would be at Casa de los Tesoros in the dining room at 7:30 a.m. followed by a walking tour of the town at 8:30 a.m.
I woke up much later than planned...probably a bacon coma. No worries, I skipped breakfast (probably a good thing) and Estefania took me out to Brunch instead. Since I had a car, she suggested we drive to a village called San Pedro (which got a Madonna song stuck in my head all day), which is where all the locals go when they want some real traditional food. I can see why. We found a little outdoor restaurant ...
... cowboy. It's nuts.
I was driving yesterday on a stretch that miraculously had shoulders so for a minute we could relax a bit. But just as I was coming abreast of a farm truck I was passing there were two men pushing wheel barrows up the left shoulder. I'm horrified!
What the? Where did they come from? I'm already up to speed--the only thing I can do is try to squeeze between them and the farm truck and hope to heaven it doesn't cross the center line.
... waypoints and GPS’s only to discover from some helpful passing locals that Rancho Bouganvillia had been demolished 4 years ago. This bit of bad news prefaced a night in a gas station. Pemex is the State owned brand and all of them are well guarded and happy to take travellers, so next day we set off for choice number 2, on the coast in an idyllic location. Many visitors come for a night and stay the whole season the blurb said, but we ...