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... but living in Chicago who had come to Mexico to work remotely. Although he had plans of exploring Mexico we managed to keep him in Vallarta for well over a month! We failed completely at teaching him Spanish but he was my partner in crime for twice weekly salsa lessons!
Each week we would catch up for drinks, play pool, dance salsa and hang out and every weekend we would take trips to local beaches: playing volleyball or riding waves with the boogie board; drinking ...
... with the surroundings- but quite good, Under Western Eyes by Joseph Conrad), then walk back to the hotel.
I think I'll have more to say about PV but I want to wait a bit, see more, experience more, give more time for both the pros and cons to expose themselves properly.
... at the World Café, Ann decided to check out the Spa to see what services they had. We had some coupons for the Spa so might as well try them. We booked two massages for 3 pm. Yes, Dave is going to have one as well. We were told to come an hour early to take advantage of the steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.
We then went to the beach to get some sun. It was a beautiful day so we sat on chairs that were not under a playa to begin ...
... is what gives it such heat. We were shown what an Agave "Pineapple" looks like, how they cook it in a huge hot fire, when its done cooking, they pull it all apart and put it in this ring where they have a mule pull a big stone that crushes the juices out of the agave pineapple. The juice is then drained in a small hole where they have a holding reservoir. The juices and the mulch then sit in huge barrels for upwards of 8 days and they naturally ferment. Pretty ...
... around the boat.
Since we would be around for a little longer than anticipated, we needed to renew our 6-month tourist visa. We went to the airport and told the customs agent that we needed a short extension since the weather was not in our favor to sail to French Polynesia. He disappeared for about 30-minutes to talk with his boss to see what they could do. Finally, he came back and told us to go to another ...