On the way down we got to camp out on some of the most perfect and untouched beaches and hang out with retired RVers. A memorable stop on the way south was Playa Coyote, a popular camping beach on the Concepción Bay that we spotted on our drive up. This is place is why every year hundreds of Canadian and American RVrs, mostly retirees, drive down to Mexico escaping the winter, to spend months camping and traveling around what many of them refer to as “Paradise on earth”. We camped on the beach, at a temporary commune that exists only for 2 or 3 months a year. Here, campers feed off fresh fish and banana ice cream, spend their time kayaking, biking, swimming with whale sharks and getting involved in philanthropic activities. Talking to them, and listening to their view of the world, was truly amazing. These people are a living proof that travelling changes you and re-shapes you entirely. They come from a life of experience, and have concluded that travelling is the best way to spend their days.