The Arrival

The Resort

The 1st evening

   Stoll on the beach

Water taxi








Boca de Tomate

   Dinner in PV


The pier 

Once you arrive in Yelapa you disembark at the "playita" pier, or directly on the beach. This is just the start of our adventure for the day...

You can have your picture taken with an Iguana (of course at a price -$5).  If you look carefully at this picture you will see an Iguana behind Jason's shoulder (white cap)


The hike up to the Waterfall

You can either hike up to  the waterfall (20-30 minute walk), or horseback ride into the village.  We split into two groups the hikers and the horseback rider.   Most of the kids decided to go horse riding.  Here is the beginning of our hike.  We had to cross the river to get on the other side to get up the hill/mountain.

What we did not know was that the bottom of the river is muddy.  All of us had flip flops on so we have to remove our flip-flops and walk under water.  What we did not expect that the feel of the mud on our naked foot is such a gross experience.  The mud was slimy and each time you put your foot down  you could feel the mud molding your foot and oozing out between your toes..ACK!!.  Make sure to have the right food wear if you want to do this.


The whole gang following our guide.

We were so happy to finally reached dry land.... and also to put our shoes on.


Here is the view of Yelapa as we walk up the hill.


Yep! this is the only paved road in Yelapa and we had to share the road with a herd of cows..  

When the cows saw us they were so nervous that they left behind them a huge bunch of dung on the road- It was unbelievable DISGUSTING!  remember we only have flip flops on..


This is going to sound really weird to you if I said that this road in Yelapa resemble the streets in Paris.

Yes, I am serious about it!  the thing that both have in common is Animal's dung!  All of over the place and the smell is just so overwhelming strong. 


Narrow street that led us to the waterfall

In the middle of nowhere this women has a washing machine that is hooked up and she is doing her laundry in open air.  Pretty cool!



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