Off To the Races

June 12, 2007 by  
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Wish it were that easy. The Big Red Burb wouldn’t start when I got in town and I spent 3 hours trying to find a mechanic when I could have spent 30 minutes buying a new battery. This is Mexico’s steep learning curve. Finally got a rental car and punted on the GMC for now. On Tuesday June 12 I had a morning and evening surf in glassy 4 foot waves. There were about 2-4 others out. I met all of them and the vibe was very mellow. Oscar, Happy’s brother was one. Spent 7 hours with Hiram, our architect, including 2 at the bank trying to open an account with a corporation. Seems like the fact that the corporate papers failed to include my middle was critical. Ultimately we got around this issue.

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Welcome to the website for CalyCanto, offering Todos Santos vacation rentals and information about the area. We operate a boutique community, currently consisting of 3 casitas in Todos Santos, each with ocean views, about 2.5 miles from the town center, on the way La Pastura, a world class surf break. We at CalyCanto are passionate about eco-friendly travel that provides us with succulent surfing, pristine beach combing, intimate restaurants, exotic bird watching, super special sunsets, horseback riding on the beach, local tours and activities that support the local community. We believe in causing the least harm (approaching zero) while doing business. Environmentalism, sustainability and a commitment to protecting the natural environment through activism are part of our mission as we work to continually reduce our carbon footprint. We hope you'll follow our adventure here, on Twitter and on Facebook while you enjoy your coffee (or tea) or drink a Pacifico (if you've already made it here). If the tequila gets passed around the table too much, gringos might try and spell CalyCanto like calicanto, calecanto, or cal y canto. However you spell it, you are always welcome at Calycanto Casitas. Thank you for visiting.