Whenever I’m visiting a village, I enjoy the peace and the simplicity. After a few days I usually freak out due to the lack of energy. True story. If it seems impossible to get your needs met with one parameter (location, for example), consider that it’s perhaps another variable that needs to be taken care of all together. 🤔 If you can’t get it right, maybe you’re focused on the wrong thing.
When standing on the precipice of making a big decision, it's natural to wonder whether or not you're making a mistake. It's easy to imagine that each imaginary path through our future leads to an entirely different place, and that by following one the other disappears completely.
But that's not really how it works. Big decisions do obviously matter, but the following hundreds of decisions matter a lot more, and will ultimately dictate whether that original decision was the "correct" one or not.
Let's say you're moving to a new city. That's a scary thing that you might really deliberate on. Is it the right move?
Well, if you go to the city and sit around waiting for your good decision to pay off, it may or it may not. But if you go out and take the opportunity to make a great new group of friends and take advantage of the strengths of that city, it will probably be an excellent decision, whether it's Toledo or Las Vegas.
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Today we left what has been the highlight of our trip so far ➡️ #playaconejo 🏄.
I thought I should share a bit of info about this place, if you are or ever come around here put this spot on your list 📝.
We found Playa Conejo through the ioverlander app 📲.
Lots of vanlifers and surfers come here, some stay for weeks and even months. We were super lucky and ended camping with 3 awesome traveling couples Max&Lee @vantacruz_ 🇦🇺🇨🇦, Cath&Pat the @d_bus_life 🇨🇦 and Dan&Yaiza @organicboomnicaragua 🇪🇸.
After a morning of Spanish lessons and yoga with our new friends it was heart breaking to say good bye to everyone but we didn’t plan on staying here for 4 days and we ran out of food and water 💧On a side note... thanks to Cath for bringing us some food which allowed us to spend an extra day! 😁.
So Playa Conejo... located 1h30 from La Paz, including a 30 minute of easy off road among cactuses 🌵 Once at the beach you’ll see a lot of campers and vans. You choose your camp spot on a first come first serve basic. We chose to be among the bushes, but we could have also stay on the hill top coming in which offers an amazing view on the ocean but you’re a bit more exposed and it could be a little crowed, out spot was super quiet and a few feet from the beach 🏖 .
You’ll find an outdoor shower (don’t be surprised if you get surrounded by cows 🐄 there are some around and apparently very thirsty 😅) and there is also a pit toilette (don’t forget your toilette paper). Although it’s a wild camping some dude might come and collect you, we paid 50 pesos (+/-3.50$US) per person per night 🌙.