What a treat to get a letter from an old friend today, born in Yelapa, he shares a short story… As a child growing up in Yelapa one of my jobs was to deliver notes. many of my days would start with my parents sending me off to Peggy’s at which point she would send […]
Archive for October, 2006
Our Aunt Theresa, who really should be called Saint Theresa, has made a 100 percent recovery! I never knew it was even medically possible! She’s doing so good that we tried to scare her… with no result. Gracias Adios!
In 1960, Yelapa was primitive and sweet. Our palapa was half way up the hill on the left looking out at the water. As all the palapas at the time, our floor was made of stones from the beach. There was a separate sleeping loft, a well, and a latrine. There was no electricity and […]
It was a normal night at Casa Iguana with the family and Inlaws hanging out and our 90 plus year old aunt who has been living with us fainted at the sink. As soon as I saw her face, I knew it was a stroke. Our young friend, Adan from Chacala ran to get the […]
Another of the Casa’s Garcia is completed, Vista Hermosa (beautiful view). This Casa is very comfortable and has a great feel to it. Vista Hermosa sleeps three. As you can guess, it already is booked for Christmas but has other openings. Check out the photos here.
The other day, Ed posted a couple of pictures of himself and Marcia taking photos, so I decided to do the same. As I worked into the wee hours, I took a break from emails and opened photoshop and ended up with this beauty.
This is a new Band in Yelapa. Danny on the guitar, Yael on the guitaron and Kevin on the banjo ukelele. Got any requests? Only 5 pesos per song…