when in Rocky Point eat Thrifty.
Never heard of Thrifty?
You must be from another country, it is solely one of the best places to get ice cream.
It’s one of those older than dirt ice cream makers–not to be confused with how the ice cream tastes, and I think the fact that we went two times in a day and a half tells you just how good it is.
when in Rocky Point enjoy the beach.
I don’t care if you live in California, the beach in Rocky Point is soooo much better.
I’m not the kind of person who likes over crowded beaches. I mean I like having plenty of room to spread out my beach towel. Also, it’s nice to not have to worry about crashing into someone when you are in the ocean.
when in Rocky Point drive around.
Experience the drive, I’ll tell ya some of the people are theee woooorst drivers ever, but I think you will find that anywhere you go.
See the town during the day. See how the people live.
It will open your eyes and you will definitely feel grateful for what you have.
when in Rocky Point go to the grocery store.
Buy tortillas! Buy some of their food. I have an addiction to their peanut butter and these delectable cookies called Chokis!
You also might find that their version of walmart has green, yellow, and red buggies.
when in Rocky Point eat out.
They have some of the best food, it’s made fresh and it’s delicious.
My most favorite toping is the guacamole, but you can’t forget about the delicious tacos and burritos.
We have a few “go-to-s” when we go down there, we are on a nane-to-name basis kind of thing.
p.s. my mouth is watering.
when in Rocky Point go to church.
seeing people worship in a different language is one of the coolest things for me.
I remember my first time going to church in Rocky Point.
I had no idea what was being said, but I knew that I was home.
when in Rocky Point visit the shops.
Buy stuff, this time Brand bought this hat–I love it.
It’s one of those awesome fedoras, spent 10$ on it–could have bought it for 8 maybe 6, oh well.
and of course I wear it too.
It’s the perfect color and was the first one he picked up.
Good pick Brand.
when in Rocky Point take pictures of the Spanish signs.
You’ll see that so many of them have English translations, it’s a tourist town guys.
If you are headed to Rocky Point anytime soon or thinking about it and have any questions what-so-ever email me! I’d love to help you out and give you some tips on where to eat!
if you want to see the resort we stayed in while we were there go here.