TENACATITA, Jalisco, Mexico - For the past couple of weeks, I've been scouting some places for activities for the proposed SWCS Class of '66 reunion in 2011 here in Mexico.
I've kind of ruled out Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo and think that something right around this part of Mexico would work best. We have great airport access (40 minutes from my driveway), low prices at restaurants and bars (many of us are pensioners, after all) and plenty to keep us occupied.
My connection in a local real estate office tells me we could rent several beach houses - all right in a row - and use them as a base of operations for whatever wild and crazy things a bunch of 60+ years old people would likely be doing.
We can do ATV races on the beach right in front of the houses. Ok, maybe not that.
But how about a coconut golf tournament?
Below are a couple of photos from Tenacatita Beach, where I have a beach lot that may or may not have a house on it in the next few years. House or not, we are on good terms with the restaurant owners along the beach, which features a great snorkeling spot call the Aquarium.
One beach to check out for Class of '66 reunion
Coming back from snorkeling at the Aquarium