After reading so many great trip reviews, that helped pass the time until we got here, we felt obligated to pass on our high points, so far. We met many TA folks at the gtg last night, but we were definitely tired from the travel, so turned in early. This morning The Red Cross ambulance picked Steve up at the hotel, which cause a little stir, no one quite understood why he jumped in the ambulance with bag and antennae. He spent the next 3 hours with the RC volunteers setting up the radios he brought (it worked well, pictures to follow).
My girlfriend, Brenda and I secured the golf cart for a week and headed to Mangos for breakfast. Brenda wanted the stuffed poblano, I wanted the coconut French toast. Both were very good, as was the juice and coffee.
Next the grocery store for provisions, we found. Everything (and then some). The only problem we had was getting back to the hotel. Seems we both were looking at the scenery at the same time and I failed to slow for the speed bump. Six pack of Modelo bounced on the road, then spewed beer everywhere. We salvaged what we could, and will never speed again.
We enjoyed an afternoon on the beach. Angel took great care of all of our needs and wants.
After a shower and change of clothes we headed out to find somewhere to have dinner. We had heard so many good things about so many restaurants we couldn't decide. We just drove the cart for a while, and when we passed Justica Social, Steve rembered that's where the Red Cross guy worked (Family business).
Brenda had the garlic shrimp, Steve and I each had the coconut shrimp. We could have argued all night which was the best, but by far the best meal we've had, oh and the frijoles were to die for. It's right on the water wonderful setting, and service was impeccable. While there, be sure and inquire as the origin of the name Justica Social, great story.
Hopefully more to come soon!