Feb. 9, 10, 11-Feb. 9th was another driving day, but this one was much shorter, and except for getting out of the city of Villahermosa, nicer. We arrived at Isla Aguada fairly early, since we only traveled about 140 miles.
Feb 10 and 11 were spent in Isla Aguada - a great break from the constant travel.
At Isla Aguada we stayed at Freedom Shores RV Resort - right on the beach. The sand is white, the water inviting, and the park very clean and well kept.
We’ve had bon fires on the beach each evening, a cook out, great shell hunting on the beach (found several conch shells right at our camping space), a little tour around “town” on a “motorized rickshaw” and lots of time just to veg out.
The town of Isla Aguada is a little fishing village. There is one small grocery store, a couple of little vegetable markets that may or may not be open and may or may not have vegetables or fruit. What it does have in ample supply is friendly people, good fresh sea food, and beautiful beaches.
The RV Park, Freedom Shores, is owned by an American man and his Mexican wife. The man is in a wheelchair, so the whole place is handicapped accessible. There were several travelers there in wheelchairs - one of them said she comes for a month every summer.
This is a stop not to be missed.