Literally, not figuratively.
Actually, it could be Los Pinos, but Zorritos is actually on a map.
When driving by, we saw a sign on the road with the international /\ tent camping sign and we pulled in to check it out. Nice place.
They have hairless dogs. Need we say more? They are cuter at night.
We’re camping for $4 USD a night. We’ve got our own palapa and a spot with some privacy down the beach. Access to a restaurant, banos, and wifi included. They also have some cabanas here for $15, but that just seems crazy.
Even though we’re on the beach and it seems kind of Baja desert-like, there are parrots, vermilion fly-catchers, saffron finches, mocking birds, egrets, pelicans, frigates, and all sorts of other animals making noises we can’t figure out.
There seems to be an endless supply of driftwood, so most everything here is made from it. Beach bonfires are effortless.
I’ve seen a few “se vende” signs down the beach. If anyone out there is component in Spanish enough to inquire for us, we can send you a few phone numbers. It never hurts to ask.