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... than a life of 'what ifs'" -Unknown I'm not saying travel unprepared or foolishly. By all means, travel smartly. Do your research, get the best deals, be aware of your surroundings and potential dangers but live like you only have one life...because you do! These kids these days...they think THEY invented "YOLO"...I've been living YOLO longer than they've been alive! So if it sounds like something you would probably never do while at home that is the first clue that ...
... pool during our stay. Seriously what better place to have pulled up stumps for a 5 nights.
To make the most of our time in Puerto Vallarta and do our best to avoid the tourist strip, Amanda and I wandered the streets in downtown and found local eateries (5 tacos for $3.5 AUD), fresh tortilla producers, fish mongers, local cigar vendors and to top this all off, we watched all of the beautiful sunsets from either the beach and from our roof top terrace - with beer in hand - giddy ...
... to be my last day in Vallarta, I spent it down the beach. The beach in Vallarta reminds me so much of the one in Nha Trang in central Vietnam, not very clean water but the waves are pretty fierce, while the ocean is nice and warm too. There's ...
... care of by Carlos even after we departed the ship. He waited on the street for us and escorted us to the correct highway. We caravanned with his family as far as we could before we had to split off and get gas. Thank you Carlos fro being our angel!! The drive from Mazatlan to Sayulita was a long one. We made it before dark to the general area which is always good. With some help from some other tourists we found a great place to stay over the Bookstore. Clean, ...
... ve all been, with temperatures in the low to mid twenties. I watched a sailboat glide past between the palm trees in the fading light.
I had dinner at a French restaurant called La Cigale French Bistro just down the street from the cathedral which serves typical French bistro food - and they were playing Piaf. A couple of small pieces of toast with olive tapenade arrived soon after I sat down. I ordered escargot in garlic butter and pork chop in a cream and mushroom ...