Mar de Jade Retreats Wellness Vacation
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... is way cool. He let Ray and I take it for a ride today, and it was real fun. The seat is between my nose and chin when I'm standing on the ground. Bobby said its just like getting on a horse, and I let him know not everyone from Calgary rides a horse. Bobby gave us a demo, it looked ez, so I gave it a go. I was bucked off on my first attempt, but managed to stay on my second. It is surprisingly stable, once your up.
... out in the open. The dunes were however unexpectedly sprouting shrubs and though they were much like tumbleweed, they broke up the landscape, as it trailed off to the nearby mountains. Next we continued down the dirt track to an abandoned and derelict salt factory; there was still a crisp white salt flat present, some crumbling buildings and chimneys. It was eerie out there and as the sun set Liliana's mum commented it was like a Mad Max movie! My second Torreon sunset was as ...
... On a corner, we came across a tienda (store) with some delicious looking bolillos (rolls). We bought half a dozen and kept wandering. Eventually we found a palapa on the beach and had happy hour. The view and setting were both priceless.
That night, after dark and back on the boat, we were settling in when a boat came into the bay and dropped her anchor. We weren’t able to see it clearly but it appeared to be ...
We have slowed it down one more notch.
I'll bring you up to speed on our travels, however "speed" may not be the best adjective to describe our pace. We only made it as far as San Blas the other night, ended up staying at yet another great location.Very nice campground, right on the beach, met a few other campers, and their dogs, had a few swims, both in the fresh water pool, and the big salt water pool. After
San Blas it was down the coast ...
Los Mochis to Chacala
We were up at 6:30, thankyou rooster's and chickens, and on the road by
7:45. Yea, we're not too quick in the morning, and we slow down in
the afternoon. Anyways we had a pleasant drive down good highway and
saw various towns come to life. Just after Mazatlan it got
mountainous and junglie so that was a nice change from the flat farm