Posted by whalerho | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 15-03-2009

The migration north is evident everywhere you look as campers from North America make their way back home. We stopped in a little seaside town called Teacapan and were greeted by three couples we had met in Melaque. It was great fun to see them again. We were told by others about this special little town and now we know it for ourselves. The campground is very simple and it over looked a very calm and beautiful bay. Andrew went fishing within minutes of parking and caught several good looking fish, although their type remains a mystery. The town is very small but has a renowned bakery which we visited (of course) and bought a variety of goodies straight from their wood burning oven.

We left Teacapan en route back to one of our first stops in Mexico, Celestino. We expect a few people we met to still be there but come April, most will have returned to their casas in the north.


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Okay .. just had to comment on this “Coach” ! Alex thinks this is his old neighbor from Kamloops, he watched the progress as he built/put it back together ! Very Cool !! Great to see our favorite spot again in Teacapan, spent a month in the front row ! Loved it !!
I see you are having a great adventure, maybe we will see you again. Stayed home to build our house this winter, but flying down for 2 weeks in Feb. Going to check out Malaque area for the Fall 2010 !
Lorraine & Alex

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