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... hammocks along the balcony.
The day before yesterday we drove to Bucerias for lunch. A cute little town that straddles the highway for a mile or so, about 30 minutes north of PV. It has a lovely long beach with very few people on it. All we had was the name of the town and the restaurant After driving around for some time we gave up, parked the car and decided to hoof it to see if we could find the ...
Trying to find my groove down here. My first 24 hours have gone alright. I managed to connect to wifi at the ground floor restaurant of my parents condo today (where I'm currently residing), so that broke up the solitude in which I spent my first evening. Well, mostly solitude. At about 8pm I suddenly realized how hungry I was, having eaten only an airport breakfast that day, hours earlier. And of course there was no food at the condo (the grocery store trip has ...
... popular, I kept walking in the hope of finding somewhere quieter.
Had a Margarita at Mexican Joe’s – this was also two for one so I had one there and one to go. By the time I got to the supermarket I still hadn’t found anywhere I felt like eating so I bought some ham, Roquefort cheese and biscuits from the deli section and came home.
I’m sitting on the balcony now on one of the little red chairs which seem like they were made ...
... and cute. Even better: they eat mosquitos, flies and spiders. Still, she reminds me that we need the houseboy to clean after their droppings. Back to square one - though I am grateful for being surrounded by my little gecko friends.
Besides, who doesn't like a creature that shoots commercials, speaks with a funny accent and walks around with a coffee mug?
Epilogue: The houseboy does a deep clean of the apartment every day, and he removes any and all gecko droppings :)
... eventually hitting the Town of Tala at 1585m above sea level.
Now we are presented with a dilemma. The GPS says turn right, instinct and experience says go straight. We are within 50 km of our destination, do we take a route skirting Guad that we have never taken, or go through the city. We opt for the adventure and that is what it is. It is a lovely 4 lane road traveling through farm land and villages heading south and east and the GPS ...