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... 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.
... in the dark. Flashlights are a necessity since there are very few or no street- lights.
We are quite impressed with this little tourist town. Even though we have seen an abundance of English and French speaking tourists, (and it is MOSTLY French because Americans have not been travelling to Mexico) the town still maintains it’s Mexican culture and appearance. The far North American influence is not as prominent as it is in Ajijic, where expats ...
... which is nothing bigger than a little neighborhood market, is priced a little higher for everything and sometimes you cannot get the larger sized items to save some money. But, you cannot blame them for the prices, since they have to bring in their goods from the outside.
The sudden drop in water temperature also surprised me. When we arrived, the water was a very comfortable 80 degrees. Then without any warning, from one day to the ...
... The temperature is in the mid 80’s during the day and low 60 at night. Right now the it is fairly mild and not overly humid, although, we have been told that it gets unbearable in a month or two. But, like everything else, we must see for ourselves.
The bug situation has not been bad. I was outside at night, in shorts and no shirt, and I did not find any mosquitos. Bu, do not hang out at the shore during sundown, because the noseeums come out ...
... beach shops that sell those junk
trinkets that we seem to always buy, but never use.
Instead, we found
Perula to be a little run down pueblo with a
population of about 500 people, and maybe 100 dogs. The main street in
to Perula off Highway 200, that we came in from, was slightly run down, with a
few deserted buildings and homes, mixed in with some very high priced modern homes
that probably did not belong to any local. A ...