Saturday, November 20, 2010

Arroyo Seco RV park open; Revolution Day parade in La Manzanilla

ARROYO SECO, Jalisco, Mexico - The RV park in Arroyo Seco - Isidro's Las Brisas - is officially open and like all good businesses, has a website with photos and contact information.

Link to Las Brisas: Las Brisas RV park in Arroyo Seco

Here's the text from the website:

Isidro's Las Brisas RV Park is on the large beach (Playa Grande) in Arroyo Seco, Jalisco Mexico.  This park is only about 10 miles from Tenacatita Beach which is now closed. This park has sewer hook ups, water and electrical.  Each lot is separately metered and you also pay your own electrical.  There are two toilets and two showers for your use.  There are also two palapas you can sit under or hang your hammock from. The ocean is just across the road.  This site has about 12 acres of palm trees and it is a very peaceful and tranquil site.  Please call 210-399-6997 (US number) or 315-355-5224 (Mexico number) if you have any questions or want to make reservations.

 The area is likely of special interest this season, with Tenacatita's beach and campgrounds blocked off by the police protecting Jose Villalobos. At the same time, a new restaurant has opened on the beach, operated by Luis, who has run the Las Brisas restaurant for a number of years.

The new restaurant is open most days and the menu is similar to last year's: lots of seafood, all of it good.

Visit La Manzanilla posts Revolution Day Parade video

In La Manzanilla today, the parade to celebrate Revolution Day wasn't too revolutionary. La Manzanilla's Lois Lane called it 'the parade that wasn't' because it started earlier than expected.

Earlier? In Mexico. What the #%@&*$^%??????....

But there is video proof that the parade did take place - a video taken for Visit La Manzanilla (LINK: Visit La Manazanilla) that shows smiling children walking down the streets.

Here it is the video from YouTube:

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