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After the International Firework Display last night, the morning was beautiful and we just enjoyed checking out the surroundings of the pool area and beach. We had a late lunch at one of the restaurants on site - The Guacamaya.
The sunset was golden tonight!
... and I all went on a boat trip yesterday to the hidden island beach and then snorkeled for about 2 hrs. Had a great time, they feed us a breakfast and then a lunch at noon. Really good food and a open BAR. LOL. Met up with some friends, Don and Marguerite from Edmonton, Alberta, that we have not seen in 5 years. They are down here for 2 months and having a great time. They rented an apartment for 350.00 a month not far from the marina. We all went out ...
... huts, standing out against a steep jungle-clad backdrop of tropical rainforest, nestled in an isolated cove. Theres nothing for miles around, just the ocean, pelicans bobbing in the gentle swell of the waves, a warm breeze and the seemingly endless thick jungle beyond.
We got a warm welcome on the island. Dancers, music, a photo. The great thing about Las Caletas, is that everything is included. An open bar, activities and a buffet lunch. First up, we find a good spot, a ...
... thats "less than $1 watermelon"! Digging our faces into the red sweetness we managed to not simply devour it but more importantly wear it! (classy, we all felt very classy walking down the cobble street wearing watermelon).
Cleansing and redressing for what seemed like the millionth time that day, we prioritized our bellies needs ahead of others and located our regular Green Taco Stand for dinner. It being ...
... and waiting for the fireworks later in the evening, and the resorts and villas stretching along the northern curve of Banderas Bay were ablaze with a thousand coloured fairy lights of red and blue and gold.
I reached the end of the Malecon where police had set up a metal barricade and were searching bags before letting people in. On the street corner outside was an army truck with a mounted machine gun manned by a soldier in flak jacket and helmet with more of his ...