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Day 5 - afternoon/evening
Temperature: 29 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy sky
According to a brochure handed out to me' this "Town, Country and Tequila" half-day shore excursion tour combined the charm of both "old and new" of Puerto Vallarta in Mexico! Our first stop of the day was downtown where I had the thrill of walking along ...
... Guero le Marisco.
We wandered and shopped for a while, then hopped on a bus back to the ship. Now that was an adventure. Of note: the bus driver whose seat was a lawn chair lashed to a frame in front of the wheel; the man who got on with his guitar, who played and sang until his stop; the box where people deposited their fare, which looked more like a cigar box, than anything else. It was wide open, and not one person tried to steal from it. ...
... is like highschool) is extra. Grades go from Kindergarten to Grade 9. They go in shifts. The first classes are 8 am - 1pm and the second shift is from 2 pm - 7 pm. It's weird. Have to say. The kids in their uniforms, ADORABLE!
We stopped at the Church (The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe)) and sadly but fortunately there was an English mass being held. It was BEAUTIFUL, as a Catholic by birth, I was in awe ...
... took touched larger cities like Los Mochis only briefly, and didn't go through Chihuahua at all.
Don't be afraid of the red travel alert that's showing up on tripadvisor when you look up some of the places we stayed.
All opinions I can give will be biased, as I live in this country and love it.
However - here's some links for more research:
Seattle Times - ...
... groups who live, and have ever lived in San Sebastian being represented. The town was founded by the Spaniards in the 16th century to mine silver and the mines can still be visited but because of the party in the town square we gave the mines a miss as we guessed there would be no-one there and it was a forty minute walk each way. Juan Carlos had not visited the town before and he wanted to see the party because of the food and tequila but unfortunately he has ...