Majahua Hotel Selva
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... and suspect the registry is the problem. We did find a local guy that thinks he can fix it, we will find out tomorrow.
We met a real nice couple today, Alex and Bobby, and they have been ridding their bikes down from, .... well they left from Vancouver, then lived in Oakland California for awhile, then road down the bahha, and are now here.
Alex extended her bike, so it is longer, and Bobby has a tall ...
... the game of Russian roulette we feel we play every time we make a beach landing in the surf.
We wandered through town and were delighted to see the brightly painted houses up close. Most are on streets paved with round rock. It’s hard to imagine the effort it would take to do this. Many had "Se Renta" signs in front, meaning for rent. Evidently it is a resort town. And it’s full of locals. We saw just a ...
... to be quiet, then Cathie let me know it was the iphone alarm, and it was time to leave Chacala. Hazel had her wheels turning at 5:15, and they have hardly stopped since. She is in great shape. We went through Mazatlan about noon, and should be pulling into San Carlos about 8pm. Then we will rest for a day, (can't get
too much resting) then head for the great white North. Looks like the weather has been warm up there, so we are expecitng a nice trip home.
... would be home in ½ hour, and since she was not having much luck, he would take it apart, fix it and reassemble it for us. To pass the time we started playing our board game on the side of the road, then Doug came along, and invited us to his place to wait while they repaired
out lock. We hung out around the pool, enjoying watermelon, and playing our game most of the afternoon. The gals enjoyed a tour of the gardens and home, while Doug and I visited. ...
A couple of the bridges between San Blas and Puerta Vallarta were destroyed in a storm a couple months ago, so we went there to see if they'd been repaired so we could get to the airport to pick up my dad.
Close to San Blas, at one of the massive speed bumps that seem to pop up out of nowhere, there were vendors - a smart move to catch people when they’re going slow, making it easier to stop ...