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... would zoom by before my eyes. Here I am 23 years later with a long list of travel memories, boxes of journals, photos, and scrapbooks, the dream of travel writing, and (finally) the gumption to make it happen. So without further adieu, the highlight reel of our honeymoon (PG version) and our four remaining travel rules: Highlight # 1: One morning we awoke to find a lizard on our curtains. I did what every self respecting girl of the eighties would do in that ...
After leaving paradise I made my way up the Pacific coast on the most awesome highway 200. During a pit stop for fuel and to top up the air in my troublesome front tire, a biker rolled up in a Honda 600 dual sport type of motorcycle. Wolf from Germany was travelling around Mexico on his way north so we rode together to PV. Through gravel, dirt and sand construction zones, small towns ...
After working on a project at home since June I seriously needed a vacation. Some rest and relaxation were in order and my dear sweet sister felt the same, so we made a date to meet in Mexico. I found an Ayurvedic Spa and retreat center in Punta Mita called Villa Ananda. We arrange to meet in Phoenix and fly down to Puerto Vallarta. It was an all inclusive, not like the drink as much tequila as possible and eat ...
... Puerto Vallarta. It's not all fun and games here, Cathie and I went
to the dentist today. This is real true. We just had a cleaning and
checkup, Cathie may go back for more work, anyways two cleanings,
about $60.00 total.
Mom and Dad arrived right on time at
8PM and we brought them right to Sayulita. After a drive through the
charming town centro, which they really like the look of, ...
... had soaked the town and they had over 10 inches of rain the previous evening.
On the way to the first tequila factory (which was a very short drive away from the port) we drove by a local prison. It is called a “Rehabilitation Center” on the sign outside and according to our guide, there is a difference in Mexico between a prison and a “rehab” center. He said rehabilitation centers do not cost the taxpayers ...