So because we have paid for water and electricity, we had better make use of it! We love having Whiskey with us, but she loses so much fur and it doesn’t vacuum easily. Plus, out little dirt devil vacuum isn’t the most efficient to begin with. After getting all the fur tidied up, I used a bucket and a wet rag to give the carpet a bit of a shampoo. Not the most effective carpet cleaning service, but I did manage to do a decent job on the main carpet area, and it looks much better. It was actually a pretty hard job and my hands are a bit sore. I know, you have lots of sympathy for me as my hands haven’t done much more than lift a beer for the last month or so!
Later in the afternoon, we went for a bike ride. Reader Contessa had asked if we would go to one of the other RV parks and check things out to see if they were still open.
Turned out we bicycled about 14 kms (9 miles) for the total return trip. It was nice and flat though, so no hills to deal with.
Looking back towards Acapulco from the lagoon
The Playa Luces RV Park
Sol y Arenas RV Park
Typical site at the Sol y Arenas RV Park
The lagoon on the opposite side of the street from where we are staying