We were up bright and early on our first morning in Mexico. And I do mean bright because it looked like the sun was going to be on our side.
Mickey’s dad has a home down near La Bufadora, Mexico and it had been a while since our last visit. I forgot how much I love the view.
We spent the morning at the casa, going for rides in Grampy’s buggy…..
and waiting for the water truck to arrive. We all thought Eli would love to watch the water truck…but it scared him.
Once the water truck had vamanos’ed we were able to head down into town. It is only about 1.5 miles to the town of La Bufadora, but since the casa is located in a hillside area with no paved roads it takes a while to drive down there.
First stop: Lunch at the tequila grill.
Or maybe it was because of these:
Nothing like two of those and a shot of their special blend tequila to get you in the mood for a little afternoon market shopping.
But before we left we let the kids play a little. Remember this?
A couple of you were right. They are indeed surfing.
After lunch we headed into town.
Trinkets were purchased.
Beer was consumed by men waiting for women to finish shopping.
At the end of town you can stop and watch the famous blowhole spouting water every few moments.
I didn’t get very good pictures but the kids enjoyed the view.
We spent most of the rest of the day back at the Casa…..I have no further photographic evidence of this as apparently I put the camera away for the rest of the day.
Next up: More Baja!