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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... to love him. Today, a rescue agency here in Vallarta lent us a cape for him to wear while on walks that says "Adoptame" on the off chance that we will find an interested taker in the street. Don't worry, we will make sure it is a good home. We wouldn't want him to end up back in his prior condition.
... is not around. They also know that I care and that I love them
Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy
New Year Everyone!
P.S. Our Christmas meals on board the
ship was one fabulous experience. Just reading the menu makes me
feel like I'm putting on weight already. This was our dinner menu
for our International Christmas Eve. I did not include the other
items that are available regularly:
... tequila a chocolate and an almond. We found that the chocolate and almond were not that great. Dave bought a bottle of the smoothest one.
We then went to a village that was divided by the highway. The locals could not decide on a name after the highway was put through so the village has two names; one for each side of the highway, Las Juntas or los Veranos. The restaurant for lunch had all of the fish out on display with the prices so that we could choose what we ...
... crabs. So I was quick to avoid them, I didn't need any poking up and getting ****** off that I walked on one of their holes. BUT, just on the other side of the rocks, on a totally clear peice of sand, I stepped and in 2 seconds I was sure I had just stepped right through a piece of glass. INSTANT pain, like a bee sting but almost worse. I could barely walk. I looked at the bottom of my foot and nothing. A small tiny little hole that was slightly red. ...
... the agents. Then we handed over our paperwork for the dog, which I had neatly collated within my binder that I always take with us on vacation, which holds everything we need for the trip, and the duplicates of out cards, and all other import paperwork. The inquisition started. Where's this, where is that. Turns out we did not have a letter from the Vet saying that Ford could with stand temperatures outside of the range of 45 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, and furthermore a statement ...