A.P. Oasis Jasmine
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
It's been a while since my last blog plost - daily life and the humdrum of normal life caught up with me and I decided to wait until I left Vallarta to try and sum up my experiences there. Returning from my Easter holidays I decided to throw my energies into creating an active couchsurfing group and set about organising meetups and events, bombarding local members with endless invitations and messages. Although I got very little back in the way of responses luck would have it that ...
... beach). The dogs are settled in nicely. They have to get used to the random firecrackers at night. There are tons of dogs here, some are actually treated very well and are family pets. There is a corner store right across the street from out apartment and they own 2 pitbuls and a Rottweiler. They treat them very well as far as I can see.
The night we arrived here, we already felt like we were in the pages of a kids storybook. We heard a bunch of children singing the ...
... So we went to sleep. Oh! Before orientation, Connor, Chloe, and I went to the beach to see the ocean. Everyone tried to sell us things and food. I told and explained tot hem that we are here on a mission trip and we don't have money. I've been translating for everyone-my siblings, the other people with us, AND the leader who has lived here for five years. It happened that Kenny calculated wrong. He said that the hotel would cost us 300 dollars for the ...
... you get to know the folks around the pool. So, everyone knew that K was going to do her bucket list adventure and when she returned so delighted, everyone laughed and fully enjoyed her excitement. It was a real connecting time at pool side.
We met the Baker family from Prince George and had a wonderful and entertaining time with Tab, Mareena, and their 19 year old daughter, lovingly referred to as Princess Amanda. We had ...
... as he was dog tired
from his day at the beach. He is actually still in his recovery room,
Today we are going to Chacala, which is good since the surf here today is
crazy big. Its scary going to the beach even if your not going in the
water. Will let you know how Chacala is but if you can imagine,
charming, quiet, warm, and relaxing you'll have a good idea.
The five amigos
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