Villa la Luna
Travel Blogs from Puerto 聲gel
... they are building a fish processing facility and since we arrived there has been a flurry of activity. They worked through this mexican holiday weekend and last night they worked until 11pm (a Sunday). Today they opened for business!
We went to San Agustinillo today - one of our favourite beacfront towns in all of Mexico. We took our boogie boards (for body surfing), which were still here from our last time 4 years ago!
We were ...
... that the Easter Bunny had visited our house. Only, the Easter Bunny hadn’t hidden eggs and candies in a traditional fashion. He/she (is the Easter Bunny male or female?) had hidden treats scavenger-hunt-style, with clues leading to more clues, leading finally to the freezer in the kitchen, where the kids found chocolate covered raisins for each of them. We enjoyed an Easter brunch of fresh fruit (pineapple, watermelon, papaya, ...
... look back will be a time never to
forget. They've all changed and to sit and detail it would be very
boring, but I think to say that we have a van full of LMFAO shuffling
kings would be sufficient. Each of them is capable of reciting most of
the LMFAO songs as if they were Shakespearean lyrics and have about
as much clue of what they mean as most 1st year English
students when presented with 12th Night! ...
... machine a very
necessary factor, as we hadn't been told that if you didn't empty the
grey water tank everyday that the yummy smelling grey water comes
back into the shower on the truck where we are storing all of
our left over clothes and bags. This delightful detail was only
discovered when I went to find something and was soon digging through
soggy wet stinking clothes. The learning ...
... far) but it does remind me of the alternative lifestyle that I left back home in England beating up patients on the treatment couch...I mean tending to my dear patient’s needs. Each day really is a new day. I think for the first time I have really bought into that concept; up until recently I thought it was the biggest pile of do-doos I have ever heard of but now the daily routine is as varied and unpredictable as the global economy.
To day, for an ...