|Cows, goats and horses mill about town - there are "grates" and cow-paddies everywhere.|
Here is a calf nursing!
|All kinds of toys ridden around town here.|
|At the beautiful Palmas de Cortez Hotel|
So the dilemma now is where to go from here. We have two good choices, and I just can't decide. Pescadero is where my friend Pat lives. There is a little rv park that is very inexpensive, but the site is small and only has 15 amps electricity. Pescadero has a lot of charm, yoga and a great community vibe. I think it might have better beach access, but I don't know this for sure. Todos Santos has been described to me as an artsy town, much like Carmel. Well, I love artsy towns, but not too fond of the "vibe" of Carmel, if you know what I mean. But this rv park sounds really awesome - it has 30 amp hook-ups (which means we can use at least one air conditioner), a pool, a site that just may include a palapa, outdoor kitchen and bathroom. It's a small park that is comprised of mostly permanent, individually owned sites. I believe they may have a hotel and restaurant there, as well, and it is walking distance to town. Todos Santos also has yoga, a vegetarian restaurant and health food store, along with a myriad of other stores and galleries. So I'm torn. I do not have a deposit down at either place but have spoken extensively to both owners over the last few months, more so to the Todos Santos owner, though, who originally promised me the site, then wrote and told me it wasn't available unless I could arrive later. So it's now later and I'm trying to decide what to do...stay posted, or share your thoughts!