Friday, November 29, 2013

Pedro parked his truck

I guess Pedro wanted a place more his own and is now right behind where his truck used to be.. Instead of ordering from the truck and eating across the street, Pedro now has a beach restaurant with a large kitchen, shade, toes in the sand and a view. He's joined the lineup of other beach restaurants but what makes the difference is his food. Tacos, burritos and hamburgers to suit the gringos and the typical Mexican menu as well. Three of his large tacos was too much for me so took one home.

Truck with no wheels at the entrance

Just another beach restaurant except for the food

Only two next time

Saturday, September 07, 2013

Photos of La Manzanilla

Photos of La Manzanilla - by Joe Lusk

Saturday, April 27, 2013

A Jack Brock video of La Manzanilla,

Another great Jack Brock video ... this time the La Manzanilla area

Monday, January 21, 2013

La Manzanilla Art Walk - 2013

The date is this Sunday, January 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please join us for a fun day viewing the artist's work and exploring La Manzanilla. The Art Walk brochure with the map will be available at every venue on the day.

Please stop by the Art Mural created by the kids in La Manzanilla

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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Restaurant Las Palmas in Boca de Iguanas

My old Boogie Board buddy from Canada is here and he wanted to head for Boca de Iguanas where we used to play. This trip I decided I'm too old to be doing cartwheels in the waves and was extremely sore the next day. Fun while it lasted and I survived but he's gonna need another buddy.

I'd heard of this little restaurant but never stopped. Keep your eye towards the beach when you see the large crumbled hotel from the 1995 quake. We just had a few beers after surfing and they brought out botanas. Nice people and a varied menu. We later went down the main Boca beach and it has been opened up to vehicles with everyone driving out to the beach concessions (food, beer, tables with umbrellas).

We stopped back by La Manzanilla and tried Pedro's fish tacos and they were good but I would hardly call them "Baja style". He has tables across the street so you don't have to sit on the curb.

Restaurant Las Palmas and old hotel

Beach looking at La Manzanilla

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La Manzanilla, a village of approximately 1,500 indigenous and winter residents, is located in the southwest corner of the state of Jalisco along what is known as Costalegre (Costa Alegre) or the "happy coast".

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