Beach life ……
Thursday began with a rude awakening at 5:30 a.m., in order to meet our driver down at the Teatro Principal for the journey to Guadajuanato Airport.
At this point we feel like the only people in Guanajuato awake.
However, of course not! Right at the steps of Teatro Principal we found our driver, Israel. Off we went …..
The flight itself was smooth and quick, a far cry from our lengthy journey by bus to get inland. Oh, if only that volcano hadn’t been acting up!
My brother Bruce and our cousin Doug met us at the PV airport. Bruce seemed to think that we were all going to fit into that VW bug, along with our luggage. Not a freaking chance. I ended up with Bruce and the luggage and the rest of the crew went in a taxi. Doug had his own version of a Mexican Harley … his scooter.
With about 300 full-time residents, Chacala is a small fishing village – very rustic and quaint.
Chacala is about 1 1/2 – 2 hours north of Puerta Vallarta and a great place to come if you want to get away from it all.