Hacienda Las Animas
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... malecón, nice little quiet beach a few km south of PV, and the botanical gardens-about 25 south of PV. Please enjoy responsibly. Oh yeah, Los Muertos bar is where I watched NFL action with Rob this weekend, a rare microbrewery in Mexico and it had great pizza, reportedly owned by Canucks.
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... stayed in the resorts, rarely venturing out to town. When we did, we usually took a taxi and did not
do much walking around, so we were not exposed to the experience. I must add
that the season was slow. The locals told me that tourism is down, there were
no cruise ships in and that business was very slow. So, naturally, they had a
lot of time on their hands and what little tourism there was, they would jump
on the opportunity.
... ring from the seat right by Joanna.
We couldn’t help but giggle uncontrollably, and it was made even funnier by the fact that no one else on the bus so much as flinched. The old man in front of us continued his empty stare out the window. The old caballero to our left lowered his straw hat and brushed his moustache. The lady behind us stayed clutching her purse and looking blankly ahead at the front of the bus. It’s like he wasn’t ...
... to taste too.. and he got silly and said we should mix the tequilas! I think Raul’s shot glass was bigger than ours! My FAVORITE tequila… a chocolate, coffee, vanilla mixture that was only 18% alcohol… it was so good, in fact, I bought a big bottle!
We tasted, shopped for a bit at a place they had setup for vendors… I got some great little finds for my co-workers and two handmade salsa/guacamole dishes for me! ...
... Cissie, Wayne and I took a day long tour last week that included a botannical garden but it was a disappointment so Wayne and I found our own way to the offical one. It was started about 5 years ago so is a work in progress but well worth the trip. We had lunch out there and went on several of the walks, one with a volunteer tour guide. On the way back we had to change buses downtown so walked along the Malecon and then saw the sand sculptures that ...