Posada Real Tapalpa
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... it may take place on October 11, BUT, I am not holding my breath. I will believe it when I am in the hospital waiting to get fixed. The problem has been with insurance approval and the doctor's office getting things done. These things are beyond my control. The process has been going on since April, and it looks like they finally got things worked out.
This is probably surgery one of two. Doctors found that I have herniated discs in my neck , as well as in ...
... drive would take around 15 minutes. Well, off we went, with me driving, and him being very hungover :P Soon after reaching the next village, we decided to ask for directions to the event. But unfortunately the person we asked only had a hunch as to where the event is. We decided to follow the instructions. But after another 15 minutes of driving we decided to ask a lone horse rider for directions. He too had no idea, but he pointed us in the same direction. So we continued. At ...
... February. Up in time for the hostel breakfast ( sweet sugary cereals or hotcakes you cook yourself from a packet and coffee which was so vile I threw out and made my own from a packet saved from a US motel! ) we wander across the road for a free walking tour from the tourist office at 9am. There were 6 of us and the man who was an older gent, resident, originally German but bilingual took us through the council offices and gave a history of Peurto Vallarta and then ...
... lake to watch the Roseate Spoonbills gather in the marches. Their bright pink plumage makes you think flamingo.
I'm adding some pictures of our drive from Guadalajara to the coast because they just seem to go here, even though they're actually from the next day.
... or four large swimming pools, tennis
courts, water slide, laundry and limited wi fi. I find them a little costly for
a Mexican RV park. They cost $6, 300 ($500 US) pesos a month or $1,650 ($125) a
week. It would be a bargain in the U.S.,
but compared to $4,500 at Roca Azul, and even $5,500 on the Caribbean,
Chimulco is steep for Mexico.
When we arrived on
Thursday, there were about 10 or 12 RV’s in a separated area of about 50 ...