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Travel Blogs from Tenacatita
... looks like it has been carved from a coconut plantation --there is so much shade it's wonderful! If they had wifi we'd probably stay here forever. There's a lagoon on one end with crocodiles who come out on the beach in the early mornings, I'm told. I was sensible enough to have been sleeping at the time.
I did get up early enough for the sunrise our last day though.
... pesos at the local mechanic, used their taxi service and ate at their restaurants. Which was another little complaint that I had, and that was that I found the cost of being here a little higher than what it has been costing us at Jocotepec or Valle de Juarez. Not only for RV Park fees, which was $4,000 pesos a month + $3.4 pesos per kilowatt electricity (which would run us about $1,000 pesos a month), but these little neighborhood ...
... many RVers that would be heading out on the first of the month, but we did not expect the place to look nearly deserted. The rest of the snowbirds should be returning North by next month. We will have this entire park to ourselves. We do not mind one bit. We enjoy the privacy and we enjoy not having to be right up against someone else’s spot.
What we have come to is a beautiful paradise, where the beach is clean, the water is warm and the surf ...
... pretty much decided on heading out to Perula with our
RV. Yes, we have. The two days that we
spent in this little remote and nearly vacant paradise, was enough to convince
us to return and spend a little more time. What we found here in this little
corner of the world was not what we expected. We thought that we would see a
little tourist town, with expensive little restaurants along the main road. We
expected to see those little ...
... from this beach was similar to the others but with the clearest and bluest water, the opportunity to snorkel made a big difference. A coral reef only a couple feet deep allowed us to swim inches away from the various fish. We saw funky polkda dot ones, black with neon shining blue dots, and many other unique fish to the waters of Tenacatita. Most unforgettable however, was the fish that had a HUGE poop right in front of us. Not only did it ...