Mexico
“Once a Year Go Someplace
You've Never Been Before” - Dalai Lama

Cajón de Peña, Tomatlán, Jalisco, Mexico
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Cajón de Peña is a reservoir near Tomatlán. Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Madre, it provides water to farms and ranches in the area through a complex system of irrigation canals

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Cajón de Peña stretches over 11 miles at its longest point

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Cajón de Peña is a fresh water reservoir located 75 miles south of Puerto Vallarta

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These ripples are created by the wind

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As you reach the reservoir, you will barely notice the small community of Cajón de Peña

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Cajón de Peña, population 40

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There are 9 different eateries in Cajón de Peña, possibly the most per capita (pop. 40) in the entire state

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No English spoken here

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Restaurant Conchita

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The menu includes lobina ceviche on tostadas, spicy prawn soup with artisan cotija cheese and striped bass served fried, whole or in finger-food medallions

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The church bell and sign to Hotel Rincón de la Ceiba
Hotel Rincón de la Ceiba
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Hotel Rincón de la Ceiba

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The casitas are named after flowers. We stayed at Casita Obelisco

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The bathroom is behind the curtain

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The shower

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This charming pergola was the perfect place to have lunch or play our table game

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The restaurant

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Mango tree

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