Posada Real Tapalpa
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... We are here 3 nights because on the weekend there is a skydiving boogie Wayne is hoping to drop by on located at a resort area a half hour drive way up the coast. That evening still tired we have an early dinner and go to bed hoping tomorrow we will be ready to explore. Dinner was a bonus again local cantina, cafe serving locals mostly so we had a great Mexican dinner pozole soup for me and Wayne had tacos,we love pico degayo theIittle salsa served with the chilli sauce ...
We're back to Villa Corona tonight to pack up and leave for the coast in the morning.
We're sad to leave Casa Esperanza. We had such a great time with her we could easily have stayed a month.
Maybe next year.
This evening Bob and Donna and I walked over ...
... minor stroke that has affected her walking and
balance. She had not been eating well for over a week, and she has been
sleeping quite a bit. Slowly, she has gotten better, but she no longer has the
pep or strength she once had. She has congestive heart failure which was
diagnosed back in Texas nearly 2
years ago, so we continue to monitor who condition and give her daily heart
And not to mention
a tire blow out that we ...
... paradise. The jungle comes right down to meet it and they've left (or planted) lots of tall, lush coconut trees. The entrance to the beach is a sandy lane that is sometimes, at parts, half submerged in the shallow water of a lagoon where a few crocodiles live. After traversing that part you're on sand which I usually love except when on a motorcycle. Not my fave foh sho. Go over that and around the plastic tables and chairs that are for customers of ...
... for any RV so take it slow and on your way out watch out for low hanging branches which I'm going to report back to Teo.
Got back into Ajijic midday Monday and RV is back in storage until the next adventure.
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