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Archive for March, 2006
Raicilla is the byproduct of this variety of Agave. It takes seven years for the harvest. Pictured here is one of my favorite views, on the path to Chacala. If you ever find yourself near Chacala or Moscotita, look for the taverno of Manuel and his son, Choan. They are truly the masters of this [...]
As many times as I visit Yelapa Tapa, I never tire of it’s amazing views…
Here’s a sneak preview at the brand spanking new, Casa Rio Mar, which is located right off the river and the main beach. Luis Garcia Martinez proudly offers you to rent this deluxe 2 bedroom casa with all the fixings.. Contact me and I’ll set you up…
I’m happy to announce that I am representing four fantastic new casa’s in Yelapa, three are located off the main beach and one is a large, super deluxe, two bedroom, that is great for families. Also available in November is a super unique opportunity to stay in a one of a kind casa. I’ll be [...]
In order to keep things in balance, I’d like to note that last May, my Dad also had a wonderful visit with my family. I didn’t get the chance to post about it. I’ve just realized that I can scratch a few things off my list of life., actually a few big things! After 45 [...]
My mom just had her first Yelapa experience and finally got a chance to meet her new family. I t was a fun week of good food, lots of laughs and a few tears… Vero was great! Even though they spoke different languages they were able to connect instantly. My kids are so happy! I [...]
Meet two of the Volunteers…Armelle from France and Asami from Japan. As an added bonus take a look at Asami’s photos from her first week here in Yelapa.
We have four new volunteers living with us at Casa Iguana. Three from France and one from Japan. They will be here for close to three months. Four hours per day they will be working with kids at our Casa de la Imagiinacion and the rest exploring Yelapa. If your planning an upcoming vacation to [...]
Here’s another one of the amazing beasts found in Yelapa. These clownlike racoon/badgers are frequent visitors to your casa, looking for food you forgot to put away. No worries as they run when confronted but when cornered by a dog, they often win , with the help of their sharp claws.
If you can… when sending me an email, use a subject line and while your at it, use one that applies to the email or at least one that will catch my eye. If you do, your odds of getting a return is much higher. I am almost caught up on emails. Once again, I [...]
photo by David Anderson