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... drinks at the bar, went to the roof top pool. For a nice change, they converted the pool from fresh water to salt water. Met some very nice Mexican girls, Alejandra, Maria, and birthday girl Sue. Floated in the pool getting to know each other's culture until we got mic ked out of the pool at closing time!
So nice sitting on the balcony listening to the ocean ...
Day 5 - morning
Temperature: 29 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy skies
Once again, I was able to see the sunrise this morning from my side of the ship! Hip hip hooray for that! Since the ship's arrival in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico wasn’t expected until noon, we had the entire morning to do as we pleased and enjoy the ...
... It seemed strange. The restaurant was dark where they sat us so Ann was given a flashlight so she could read the menu. Ann had bruschetta, farfalle and a veal dish; for dessert had a chocolate volcano cake. Dave had calamari dish, a sea food linguini and a chicken stuffed with shrimp. The food was not the best that we have had.
After eating we went back to our room to sleep. It seems that we need to sleep a lot, must be all of the ...
... is what gives it such heat. We were shown what an Agave "Pineapple" looks like, how they cook it in a huge hot fire, when its done cooking, they pull it all apart and put it in this ring where they have a mule pull a big stone that crushes the juices out of the agave pineapple. The juice is then drained in a small hole where they have a holding reservoir. The juices and the mulch then sit in huge barrels for upwards of 8 days and they naturally ferment. Pretty ...
... could go simultaneously.
"Do you have back problems?" Jenny's trainer asked me.
"No..." I responded, clearly puzzled.
"What about knee issues?"
"No. Why?" I could see the growing impatience from the kids waiting on me in line. One girl looked up at her mother and shrugged her shoulders.
"Put your hands on your knees please and bend over." The man instructed me.
"What kind of seal show is this?" I blindly obeyed the ...