Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer, since August. 2006
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You choose both are beautiful!!
What a great place to be, in the morning while having coffee at the kitchen table I can look to my left watching the sunrise over ocean and mountains, look right and see the moon shining on the ocean as it's beginning to set or just look straight out the front window at the great expanse of water looking for Dolphins.
About 11:00am we went for a drive into Huatabompo, this is a real town here. They have paved streets, stop lights, traffic circle, cathedral, restaurants, stores, of course a town square, even a huge Ley grocery store. This is like a Walmart that sells everything, clothing, electronics, automotive, produce, groceries, meat and even a fresh bakery section. So we picked up a few items even a fried chicken snack for lunch at the deli counter.
Then we took a leisurely drive back home, you have to drive slowly with all the Tope's (speed bumps). Back at Huatabompito we drove down the main street which just a sandy trail that has been drifting in. Kinda nice to see the road grader plowing thru the drifts and hauling away truck loads of sand, (putting it back on the beach) that have been blocking the roadway. Reminds me of the snow covered roads in Canada, except it is 80f (26c), much more comfortable.
We then sat in the shade and read for a while before supper of chicken, vegetable stir fry, with chinese noodles, desert from Ley's and then a movie.
Notice the controls for this New Map on the left side, you can zoom into different areas of the map and see where we are or have been.