We arrived on Isla Aguada yesterday and found the RV park. Iala Aguada was a pirate hangout during the days when attacking Campeche was the thing to do on a Friday Night. Now it is a popular Pelican hangout. Fishermen beached and unloaded right in front of the motorhome this morning and offered their catch for sale. We did not buy but everyone was smiling, singing and laughing anyway. Very Mexican!
About 12:30 Claude and Danielle, our Quebecois friends from Chetumal and Cancun, pulled in. It was a great unexpected reunion and it was not long before we were in the water for a swim and the beer, wine and snacks appeared. Later on, Paul and Dodi, a Florida couple from the RV park appeared with Nicoli, their friend from Moscow and we all went to the park restaurant for dinner. I had the Garlic Shrimp and they were huge and fantastic.
We were joined for dinner by Steve, a young guy from Ottawa who is here for a couple of months vacation while his house is being remodelled.
Steve is in a wheelchair, as is Bill, the owner of Freedom Shores. The RV Park and Motel is becoming a destination resort for handicapped travelers. The whole park is wheelchair friendly and competent assistance is available for a very reasonable charge. Bill picks his handicapped guests up at the local airport if required and make everyone very welcome. Freedom Shores is a great place.