Quimixto

El segundo viaje de Alalibre se realizó este domingo 7 de Enero, a un precioso pueblo costero en Cabo Corrientes que se llama Quimixto.
Alalibre’s second tour took place this last Sunday the 7th of January, to a gorgeous beach village in Cabo Corrientes area called Quimixto.
Quimixto.

Con algunos familiares y huéspedes de Airbnb provenientes de Estados Unidos, Canadá y Brasil;fuimos a otro viaje en autobús público al área de Cabo Corrientes, al sur de Puerto Vallarta.Llegamos a Boca de Tomatlán para tomar un taxi acuático hasta el pueblo pesquero conocido como Quimixto.Después de un brunch rápido que le brindamos a nuestros huéspedes, caminamos río arriba a la famosa Cascada en Quimixto.Menospreciando el frío del agua, nos atrevimos a darnos un rápido chapuzón mientras algunos se quedaban en el restaurante de la cascada para comer unos nachos y tomar cerveza.En el camino de regreso, nos dió mucha hambre, así que pedimos un delicioso “pescado sarandeado” (un pargo o huachinango cocinado a la parrilla de la manera local).Después volvimos a casa y todos estuvieron muy contentos de haber hecho este viaje.

With some relatives and some Airbnb’s guests coming from USA, Canada and Brazil; we went on another trip by public bus to Cabo Corrientes area, south of Puerto Vallarta. We arrived in Boca de Tomatlan to take a water taxi all the way to the beach town known as Quimixto. After a quick brunch that we provided to our guests, we walked up-river to the famous Waterfall in Quimixto. Despise the coldness of the water, we dared to have a quick swim while some stayed at the waterfall’s restaurant to eat some nachos and beer. On the long way back, we got really hungry so we ordered a delicious “pescado sarandeado” (A red snapper grilled in the local way). Afterwards we headed back home and everybody was so glad to have done this trip.

Liz Cascada

Published by iandalon

I am Israel Andalón. I have a major in Electronic Engineering from ITESM. However I am a free-lance dance teacher and a tourist guide with my own company Alalibre. Besides Dancing and traveling, I like arts, geek stuff, social media, environmental issues, chess, scooters, literature, drawing, parties, entrepreneurship and marketing.

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