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1/14/15 3:44 AM – The Market
I know this will sound crazy to most of you, but probably
one of my most favorite places in all of Puerto Vallarta, and I probably visit
it 5 6 or 7 days a week, is the 5 de Diciembre Market. The market is a very
friendly place, at least for me, and I have 3 places I visit regularly, they
know me and Ford and I know them. I also trust that I am not being treated ...
... was good.
We stopped and had a coffee at Starbucks and then got a bite to eat. We continued to walk about for awhile and then caught the bus back to the port. There is a huge mall across the street from the port and so we checked it out for WiFi. It was available so we came back to the cabin to regroup and then we left to use the free time in the mall. It was 7pm by the time we finished so we cameback on board. The ...
... Mom and Dad arrive in a few hours and I have a funny feeling Mom may re-ignite the wino inside me and I may be reporting a very different story a week from now.) Now, I don't want to mislead anyone. I have made it to happy hour a few nights, for sure. My first two nights here I was in almost complete solitude (aside from the four Mexican guys that work here and follow me around attending to my every need--the perks of being the first people in a very quiet building). So I was oh ...
... engine alarm came on.Tony went to investigate and the bracket holding the alternator belt had sheared,so the alternator was hanging off!Luckily ,we had the anchor ready,but the wind had caught the bowsprit and was blowing us sideways.We set the anchor with 125ft of chain and waited.We'd never anchored here before so we weren't sure how it would set.Happily,but with background anxiety, I sat in the cockpit taking bearings (in case we dragged) whilst Tony ...
... of the pack, maneuvered into a stall where we could creepily observe the methods and strategies (or lack there of) for piling humans into a truck. Five people sat in the box of the truck, while the remainder were comfortably seated in the front and back seats of the cab.
It is worth mentioning that despite the enjoyment I obtain from driving vehicles, the maneuvers performed on the road were beyond logic and comprehension. Cars traveling in the same direction were divided ...