So I was once again exploring the options for how we're going to get from Seattle down to Mexico in early November when we return from South Korea. And I came up with an interesting plan!
I had been looking at flights from Seattle to Puerto Vallarta because that's where our motorhome is currently located. But I've also been checking the price of getting all the way to Huatulco or Puerto Escondido wince we very much want to visit our young Mexican family this time.
It's currently about $350 each to get to Puerto Escondido from Seattle. I checked the flight out of Los Angeles and the price drops to $250. I thought okay, then we get to visit Los Angeles for a few days stopover because there are a lot of cheap flights from Seattle to L.A..
Then I though...what about San Francisco?? We've always wanted to visit San Francisco!
So I input a multi-flight journey.
After spending a few days exploring Seattle, we would fly to San Francisco. Do a few days there and then fly to L.A. and do a few days there before flying to Puerto Escondido.
Surprisingly, it comes to only $382! Not a fantastic price when you consider it's only one way, but still very good considering it is actually three separate journeys.
Not booked yet, but it's an option we're very tempted to do. Kind of a west coast city tour!
Yesterday was Father's Day, and it's been a long time since I've enjoyed the day with one of our children. Lindsey is a chef, and she used her skills yesterday to come up with a delicious brunch for us. Eggs with hollandaise sauce and grilled sweet potato and bacon and toast. I was stuffed!
The rain let up for a while yesterday afternoon and there were actually patches of blue sky for a while. We better enjoy it when we can, so we packed the kids into the carriers and went for a hike!
First we had to go see our resident porcupine. Cameron loves the animals!
Porky the porcupine.
Lindsey carrying Sadie, and Kevin carrying Cameron.
Ruth, Lindsey, and Sadie.
Looking down on Cabri Park.