Villas Maria Fernanda
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Hola, sorry for the long time between updates, but I just got some nice photos from the art department, and a few stories from my reporters, so thought I should go straight to press with this information.
Where to start, earthquake, being caught smuggling, fine dining at taco stands, Hazels repairs, personal repairs, update animal list.
The earthquake thing happened a few days back, in Sayulita, I was sitting in a chair, watching ...
... of my favorite pottery cups and some hard to find ice cube trays. Then we drove through a nearly defunct gringo housing development with a great little seafood restaurant for lunch.
On the drive home we passed fields of tomatoes and watermelon where they just toss the melons up to a guy standing in the truck. Sure hope they don't load the tomatoes that ...
... tour of the San Carlos area to see what we missed for future consideration and discovered some very beautiful places with many lovely place to rent or stay on or near the beach for future consideration. Even though we did a beach walk the water was not really quite warm enough to entice us in for a swim; but, we discovered in our sojourn some beautiful spots to go snorkelling with water so clear it just seems to beckon, which we might do on the way back north again when the water ...
... come to shore here and make their nest. At first Ray thought it was tire tracks, as they were real deep tracks, guess it was a large turtle.
There is this amazing city "Mexcaltitan" just 8 miles south of us. Its built on this island, and takes up the entire island, you should google it as well. I hope we can visit there.
Hazel's make over is looking very nice. Rising her 3 inches, of ...
After delighting us with our sidewalk entrance into Alamos, our sand "road" into Las Glorias, and the Road from Hell into Tres Amigos, tall Bob and Donna next took us on a squat rowboat/ferry ride over into old Mazatlan.
Monday was Dia de Reyes--Day of Kings, when Mexican children receive gifts --Christmas all over again-- and everyone eats kings' bread--a kind of sweet bread decorated with colorful fruits. We saw the breads ...