Follow Chuck Bolotin, from Best Places in the World to Retire, as he, his wife, and two dogs drive through Mexico in a large, white van. This story describes the drive through Puerto Vallarta to arrive in a more Mexican area of Lake Chapala, a world renowned expat destination.
When doing a road trip anywhere, and especially in Mexico, the ability to improvise and adapt are traits that come in handy. Case in point: unfortunately, our much-anticipated plans to visit Puerto Vallarta fell through, so we would have to content ourselves with a “drive through.”
In the lavish and lovely garden area in the front of what had been our Lo de Marcos home for eight days of various parts serenity, adventure, discovery and enjoyment in the greater Nayarit beach area, we packed our van so tightly you couldn’t add a toothpick. We then manually…
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