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... br> Friday April 4th
At sea. The temperature has droped down into the 50s so it is back to jackets thus getting us climatized for our journey home tomorrow. As of right now the suitcases are pretty well packed so will finish after supper. We get off the ship at 8am tomorrow and have to clear US customs before we board the bus to head for the airport. We are looking forward to getting home. Next communication will be from ...
... concoction. A couple of beers in the afternoon and a Comida Corrida (set menu meal) of soup and carb overdose, more beer, and then depending on the amount of beer consumed, tacos, Jason sausages or ice cream as a late snack. Also, having now been in Mexico a month, a meal is not satisfactory unless its burning my face into oblivion! Good stuff… but I think it’s a minor miracle, or the fact I walk about about a million miles a day, that I’ve not turned ...
... they wanted to make out with each other....
A secret code left in Puerto Vallarta by my son for me
I have not been able to break the code yet - I have the feeling, intuitively,
that there is some very important information contained in that code......
Hasta La Vista
... Geraldo (who was educated in the States and still spoke with an American accent) explained how the spirit is made and gave us a small taste of five of the different varieties they produce here; Reposado (aged for a minimum of 6 months), Anejo (aged in wine barrels for 18 months), and three types of flavoured tequila – chocolate and coffee, mandarin, and almond. They were all excellent, particularly the chocolate and almond varieties, so I bought a bottle of the latter for ...
... of informal taco stands and touristy restaurants. Fresh seafood and fruit abound! We found the best little fish taco joint (to our detriment) on day 1 and have been going back ever since. They grill their seafood while most others deep-fry and they have the best homemade habanero-pineapple sauce ever!
It's simply called "Fish Taco" and is next to the Oxxo convenience store, in case you decide to visit sometime... ;)
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