El Rincon del Sol
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Tonala
... Like most RV parks in Mexico,
most RV’rs were Canadian with only one or two people from the U.S. All were snowbirds that stay for the season
and return here every year. Then on Tuesday afternoon, a caravan of about 12
RV’s pulled in and doubled the occupancy. Most of their tags were from Quebec
Canada, so I am
pretty sure they will be keeping to themselves. We said hello to a couple as we
walked by, but we didn’t get ...
... that is stored in the front compartment of the RV.
I hired two young men who work for a local propane delivery service. They told
me that they knew what to do, and got to work the day I spoke to them. Six
hours later, the lines were hooked up, but the generator would not start. They
had not hooked it up correctly and now needed to make a parts store run and
return. It was now after 4pm and I informed them to wrap it up. I paid them for ...
... over the world, including Des Moines, Iowa, where he met our friend Arie. Dimitar had even lived in the jungles of Mexico, where he paiunted much of his famous work, and eventually settled in Ajijic, where he ran his art studio with his wife. It was a thrill to have met this talented man with such a diverse and interesting background. Back in Joco, we continue our daily activities of waling to the town centro, and taking buses everywhere. I still continue to ...
... rain here in February. But did it ever rain! And because of the clouds, it was cold!
During this time, I developed a cold that turned into a sinus infection. I was instructed to go to a local doctor who prescribed an antibiotic and by the time our friends Pat and Gail got here, it was almost all gone. Good timing! Not fun to be sick when entertaining.
Pat and Gail got the tail end of the bad weather streak, but the good weather returned and ...
... in the already with garbage adorned trees and fences.
Then as the road turned, the wind hit us mostly from the side. It came more in gusts, making us have to lean into it to the left to compensate and then swerving to the right as it suddenly subsided. And trucks and buses left us swerving in their draft. We then had a 5 km stretch where the wind pushed us along ...
Other places to stay in Tonala
Boulevard Tonala, Tonala | Hotelfrom $33