Casa de Los Angelos
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... cannot see this as he seemed to me to be a clean-cut kid, and
he has been at the stand since I first started coming to PV and first found the
market. The last time I saw him was the first time I saw him cleaned up in
street clothes, and he came up and tapped me on the back as I walked around the
veggie stand and made sure that I had noticed him and he gave me a warm smile
and olla and adios. I will be very sad if I do not run into him again, or if he
... fights of stairs, got the card which was under the room service tray, and returned to our group who will still optimistic about seeing those dolphins.
Sad faces confirm the fact that it's after 11 and we' re still on board. It wasn't until 11:20 that we hit ground and it was evident that the dolphin encounter was out. The tour cost would be refunded because of the time change but the opportunity to experience dolphins up close was gone. So Min wants to go ...
... kept you up until sunrise and subsequently spending the entire day wasting away on a couch, watching bad television, avoiding the sun, other people, sweating profusely and of course accomplishing nothing, and then feeling bad about yourself is better. It's not. I swear. I did do one late night. My PVR bestie* Judy had arrived Thursday to spend the winter here, as her and her boyfriend John do every year, AND Kaley, my real life bestie from home had flown down for the weekend ...
... Mom and Dad
that the surf there was very small and they would enjoy the swimming.
Now remember this morning I mentioned the surf was crazy big in
Sayulita. Well in Chacala there were 6 foot waves, the same swells
were also affecting that beach. Mom and Dad were suspicious of our
intentions . We assured them we did not know the surf would be this
big, and they were more then welcome to remain safely on shore. This
... are hot and sticky, the evenings are pleasantly mild so it was very comfortable walking around.
I strolled down the esplanade which at this time was mainly full of family groups (as opposed to groups of young people hanging out together). There was an art show at the southern end and a string of food stalls selling roasted corn and tacos and cold drinks. There were buskers, including one playing the pan pipes to a taped version of Hotel California, and a live music and ...