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There are also 3 vegetable stands, a tortilla maker, plus
around 8 other little grocery item stores. These three stands are the east side
of the market and are directly on the street, and there is always trucks lined
up either delivering fresh product, or trucks picking up to make deliveries, or
just trucks and cars collecting the daily requirements of the many restaurants
in PV. Each stand has between 5 and 15 employees who are busy filling ...
... nachos, quesadillas, etc. We sat in the jungle adjacent to a waterfall flowing into a clear pool of cool water. Several people went for a swim since it was a hot and dusty ride up to this location, Min and Boomer included.
Then we joined in for a tequila tasting party, sampling persimmon, chocolate, anejo, almond and coconut among others. I'm not buying anything but Mom made a purchase. After that, we headed back on our bikes, stopping on top of a hill ...
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 ...
... mean on the side walk, or close to the street, but on the street.
There was a safe 24 inch clearence between us and the passing
vehicles, that could be anything from a truck, golf cart or quad.
Dinner was phantastisco, OK, I'm starting to make up my own language
now. After the main course Mom received a large slice of chocolate
birthday cake that she shared with us. She also received a
wonderful serenade of Las Mananitas ...
... Cuale where I found another bar and ordered another Go Cup. Stopped at a place kitty corner from Fuente de la Puente called Uno Mas for a nightcap. It hadn’t officially opened yet and the only people there were the owner (a Canadian guy from Alberta) and the staff, but they sold me a rum and coke anyway and I became their first paying customer. Spoke to the new owner and a Mexican-American lady who I think was his girlfriend before calling in a night. Didn’t quite make ...