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... two problems with that plan. The first was Rick realizing he had forgotten his wallet just as we were to board the bus to the airport. Having turned sixty years young just days before, he has immediately begun exhibiting signs of old-timers disease. The wallet that he thought he had forgotten was actually not forgotten at all. It was in the knapsack he was carrying. He didn’t realize that until he got back to the boat and heard ...
... before Chuck and Linda helped us set the stern
anchor….having two extra hands made the job quick and easy! Muchas gracias!
you are all well and enjoying some spring weather!
back in Casa Riyo
... staying at the resort. We agreed that $38 was a reasonable price for this extravaganza, and reserved a table for seven directly on the beach. At the foot of the resort’s steps to the beach, there was a small, hay-filled cage containing an enormous turkey, a goat with its kid, and a couple of random ducks. I asked the attendant if these were on the menu for dinner, and he nodded uncertainly. While he was helping another guest, Joanna gestured for ...
... I was very moved when I saw all these riders, mainly men, tirelessly riding their bikes kilometer after kilometer, with their hearts set on seeing la Morenita - our Lady of Guadalupe. The monumental atrium of more than 46 thousand square meters begins to fill up.
Christmas for Mexicans, in traditional homes and rural areas, is a religious holiday.
It is a celebration of the Nativity. This means the birthday of ...
... at a cafe on the square and stopped at Las Palmas (a small town) on our way home for a slightly larger meal.
The drive too and from San Sebastian is winding and scenic. The view changes from arid, to tropical, to more forest-like as you work your way up into the mountains. Jaguar are still prevalent, though we didn't have the pleasure of seeing one. However, we did stop at one of the tequila distilleries for a taste and tour.
That evening we went ...