Although this is a quiet, sleepy little village, there is plenty to see and do here on the Isla de la Piedra to pass the days away. One can sit on the beach, parked in the shade of the palapa as the world turns. The produce truck arrives on schedule each morning selling fresh produce from Apples to Zucchini. If he doesn’t have it, he will find it for you. Vendors selling everything from shoes to sundresses show up throughout the day. Hot homemade tamales are easy to order up, and they will deliver…eventually. Whatever you want, wait long enough, and it will come to you.
There is an abundance of fresh seafood on the Isla.
So many GREAT places to eat, like Aquachili Camarones from Carmalitas (Lynne: “Is that RAW?? Oh, you’re gonna DIE!!!”)
Did I mention there was an abundance of seafood on the Isla?
Attend Contessa’s “International Bloggers Conference and Burrito Bar.” In attendance were 3 bloggers from Canada and 3 from the USA convening in Mexico, all with different yet interesting answers to the question, “Why do you blog?” (See Contessa’s post on the conference for links to each individual’s blog)
Lynne from WinnieViews has a new GoPro Camera. Watch here as “Lucy and Ethel” try to figure out how to film their kayaking adventure without sending the camera or themselves overboard for an unintended swim.