. Effective December 31, 2006, all nationals, including U.S. citizens, will be required to hold a valid passport to enter the United States by air and by sea. This also applies when coming from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Bermuda. The new passport requirement means that all travelers, including U.S. citizens, […]
Archive for June, 2006
oh yeah… the other reference to biblical is with storms. We are getting slammed right now! Wind, Rain and Thunder and Lightning! update: 2 hours later… clear skies….
More than one person has desribed Yelapa as “apocalyptical ” or biblical. Often the reference has to seeing the fish in a flurry and actually jumping out of the water, by the three dozen. This week’s comment comes from the crabs and frogs and bugs. They have taken over. Not much of a hassle just […]
We are blessed to have six different types of Mangoes, on our property. This years batch has been fantastic! A number of times this week, we have had Mango Fever. Thats where you eat and eat, drip and drool Mango. At the end of the day you need a shower just to clean up from […]
I’m back! I’ve been working on my casa and spending time with my family and have now returned to my palapainyelapa office to begin returning calls and emails and booking reservations. I am sorry if you wrote and did not get a response. I will do my best to get back to you asap.
Jake sent this photo to me today and while in Vallarta, I took advantage of the high speed internet and Google Earth. I enjoyed looking at Yelapa from yet, another view… Found it a bit funny that PIzota is listed and we are not…. and i think of Pizota as coast front.
Vero’s sister Daly made this photoshop design for her final in computer skills.
Jerry and Lauree wrote and told me that they heard Yelapa was mentioned last night on NPR. I did some searching and found this. Yelapenses have to feel good to be the solo city recommended in Mexico! All said is true… Yelapa is nice, sleepy, and laid back.
here’s one of many sights in Chacala, Jalisco, Mexico
This last season, I heard rumor of a visitor picking a Giant Boa out of a tree, up river. I asked for proof. Months ago, out of the blue, the visitor sent me this photo. I quickly reponded to his email for a reply to why he would pick a Giant Boa out of a […]
While visiting Ipala, we came across this giant stash of coconuts.