Hotel Fiesta Real
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... and hear of their Camino experience. A number of us also went to the dentist in Puerto Vallarta for cleaning during our stay here.
After about 5 days in Sayulita we headed back over our previous trail southwards to Colors Marina (Escuinapa / Teacapan) which was the home of one of our previous stops on the way down. Another beach front location you are literally camped right next to the beach so you have an extraordinary vista of the beach and ...
... part Falcon. Anyway he and the rest of the expert birders hadn't seen them before so it was pretty exciting. Which is a "life" bird in birder terms. We also saw snowy crested Egrets and white pelicans. I've tried importing pictures but haven't had any luck. We didn't have a camera that could get a good pic. But out several miles on dirt roads and through a Mexican ...
... year, everyone is indoors, but down here there was a couple soccer games going on in Hermosilla, people sitting around Tacco stands, visiting and eating,others were at the Topes (speed bumps) selling to the traffic as we slowed down. Bought some oranges, and they are real good. We would also see people collecting fire wood (Dad and I can relate to that) and kids just playing. Kona made a few friends at the Pemex station.
...Tony's favourite expression, meaning making a mess and me clearing up!
Now, finally back in Guaymas and Mexico, only we have two lives.One in the new camper and one onboard Windstrutter.
Tony met me at Phoenix airport just over a week ago,with 'Carolita 2' (as I've named her after our former caravan 'Curvaceous Carol' ) .Not the most beautiful,but a 1970's classic ,with colour coordinated everything, which ...
... pantomimes. Knowing I was trying to ask for something and that I was not just cleaning her counter, she brought out her lap top computer, and brought up an internet application to translate English to Spanish and Spanish to English. She then gestured for me to type what I needed.
I typed "tack cloth" and the computer translated it to "tele de povo" (I think). The nice lady told me "no, she did not have those" (I think). I ...