Archive for June, 2009
The trails that run their maze through Yelapa have seen a few changes over a decade. From dirt to stone to cement and then opened to add water pipes and then opened again to fix the water pipes and then opened again to fix the fixes that didn’t get fixed and now reopened to put […]
It’s not everyday that we get a great sunset in Yelapa. Yesterday, brought this wonderful show of light and color….Yelapa Tip…. It’s usually best to view sunsets from the hotel pier.
Thanks to all that wrote with concern about our latest Hurricane. If you only could be here to see the actual effect… you would laugh. Don’t take me wrong… weather is a beast not to be reckoned with but… rarely do we get the effects of a hurricane in Yelapa. Capt. Patricia Miller Rains makes […]
My Dad clicked on the new chat.. off the site and within a minute we were connected. This was a first for us. Our Virtual Fathers Day. Im not that good of a son and barely call my parents monthly.. now…all they have to do is go to the site and I am there..
As many of you know..during the Summer , I live half time in Vallarta and half time here in Yelapa. It really works well for me, I love them both. My Vallarta life includes a 360 degree view of the Church that can’t get any more spectacular. I took these two shots Friday at sunset, […]
Sure… we have 150 plus rentals in Yelapa… but none with the style and feel of Casa de los Arboles. Our friends recently captured some of the casas magic. Take a look…Arboles is great for a group …as it sleeps 10 plus… You can arrange to rent the casa by contacting us here.
It’s been hot, wet and muggy these past few days and we all are waiting for a rain to squeeze out. We got a 5 minute drizzle…I invite you to enjoy in the view.
Two nights ago while sleeping..well, trying to sleep… I kept feeling bugs around me. I thought maybe my dog had passed some fleas into the casa and as I woke the entire casa and outside was crawling with these. Note that this a macro photo and these little side walking guys are tiny. I have […]
Im in the process of moving some things around… please use firstname.lastname@example.org for all email this next week. Thanks!
Visiting Yelapa is the low season has many great rewards. The rain which is very similar to Hawaii ( we are on the same latitude) is often at night or in the early morning. The rain brings cooler temperatures and greens all floral life to the max. Cold showers are the best. The Ocean is […]
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