We drove Tim to a 4-wheeler adventure about 30 minutes south,
then drove straight onto the beach to enjoy a few hours there. Truly isolated, with almost no one there. A few folks on horseback, the occasional small group of 4-wheelers, but otherwise just me and Pattie.
In the evening we took the short drive to Todos Santos for
one last taco dinner—churros for dessert.
El Poblano, right on the main drag down from where we’d stayed a few
nights earlier. And it was only about 10
miles from our current location. Back
home to pack and ready fro an early departure tomorrow morning.
I’m writing this in the kitchen, having come in to make
myself some instant coffee…a nice surprise to find Alvara putting out coffee,
and the owner soon bringing some breakfast-sweet bread, some fruit, flowers for
the table. This little place is so special,
really and, as everywhere we’ve been, the people are so very friendly and warm.
So much for instant coffee—theirs is much more delicious.
Off to rouse the troops, as in about an hour we’ll pile into the car to take Tara to the airport (about 75 minutes south) for her flight home for the holiday.
After getting Tara to the airport—easy ride, just at an
hour—we stopped at the Walmart in San Jose del Cabo to get a few things for the
next few days’ meals...