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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
"He has a rough life", she says of the little boy eating pancakes and peanut butter at her dining room table tonight. "The grandmother has NO money and yet somehow manages to feed him. Sometimes I'm just amazed how they survive," she says.
Earlier he'd walked out of here with a "sewing kit" she'd made up for him. A needle, a little thread and a tiny button. He was thrilled.
Who knew there was so much drama in retirement? How did I nearly end up in the centre of a seniors love triangle on my very first night?
Anyway, I got home and enjoyed a glass of wine and the view, the sound of the waves crashing while my favorite music played in the background, sans any internet connection, by the way. No need to get crazy on the first night when you're around for a month, right? There is still lots of time for that. :)
... br> After breakfast April and I sunbathe for the last time and talk about our future and our decisions. I videoed the sounds of the ocean on my phone so I could take it with me and remember the bliss.
Pablo is there and we are off to the airport. PV airport is calm and easy. We go for Carl's fries and feel like rebels. They packed us a veggie lunch for the ...
... you use the right shoulder to clear half of the main lane. As the vehicle overtakes you, if someone arrives on the other side they will use the opposite shoulder to clear the rest of space – allowing all 3 cars to share the road. It works well in concept but it becomes really creepy in practice, especially when 18-wheeler trucks, hills, curves and insane bus drivers are involved. Practice makes perfect!
The 7-hour ride brings ...
... land, the seasonal cycle is more subtle, as the convection is constrained by the distribution of ocean temperatures. Sometimes as is the case right now, a double ITCZ forms, with one located north and another south of the equator. When this occurs, a narrow ridge of high pressure forms between the two convergence zones, one of which is usually stronger than the other.