La Joya Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived at Emerald Desert RV Resort last Thursday, Sept. 25th. Boy was it hot by the time we got the motorhome hooked up and the A/C turned on it was triple digits outside. At that point, we thought "what are we doing here in the desert for a week"...Gerry said, I made the reservations so it was my fault. Well, needless to say .... I got busy "planning" our week. We drove into Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs for the weekly Thursday night "Village Fest". The "rodeo drive" ...
... as blood and urine tests. They asked to speak to the nurse, but of course we were just in the waiting room at that point so that wasn't possible. They were taking people first come, first serve for the triage which I guess is fair. I was getting really concerned about Bob because he usually doesn't even want to go to the doctor, let alone the hospital and so I knew he was really in a lot of pain. I spoke to the clerk to try to get him seen sooner, ...
... done by sending us off on a scavenger hunt. We looked for three "pyramids" made of stone, each in a different location. In each of the pyramids was a soda can that contained instructions on how to program the GPS and therefore find the next pyramid.
When we completed that, after about an hour or so, we returned to the “home base” and got our next mission. We were sent out on bikes to check on a camera trap and do any necessary maintenance. We checked ...
... for the next two weeks.
The next morning the gang (Kev, Erin, S & M) picked up our blue ford escape hire car (which we named Benjamin) and set off for Palm Springs. The Coachella music and arts festival was once again being held there. Kev has wanted to go for a number of years and we were finally going to fulfil that dream. We made a few quick stops including lunch at Taco Bell (we had never tried it before, okay, but certainly not rushing back). We did ...
... which it hadn't done in Cusco. Possibly it was because I'd been sick, but I struggled badly. After taking enough photos, we went back down the mountain to the tourist bureau to ask what they recommended.
Unfortunately, the only thing the girl there seemed to think was ideal was the dumb casino, so we took off in the direction of the Indian Canyons instead. When we arrived, we walked in realizing it was again another place for those serious hikers so I ended up taking photos of ...