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The Zoo is in Mismaloya, about 20 minutes South, so we took a bus from South Side Depot in Puerto Vallarta (Romantic Zone) for 8 pesos, and walked up..about 15 Minutes. We did a total of 7 kms of walking up and down, viewing the animals. We bought a bag of food at the Entrance and only paid a total of $10.00 for both the ticket and the food. My one mistake was deciding and listening to Gerry to feed the Ostrich! I forgot about his long neck and he bit ...
This was the last day here in Mexico and we didn't waste a single minute for naping. All us kids hopped on a bus and headed to Punta de Mita. Punta de Mita is a surf town and let me tell you, this place had some big waves, due to it being on a point and the current coming in two locations, "Northwest and Southwest". Before we hit the beach we had an amazing breakfast at a place called Mita Boca Deli right down ...
... all with their own speciality, then stop at the local hotdog and bacon stand and finally finish with the homemade Churro's, which you cannot miss, as very delish!! It was a good way to do our trip, with our last week spent at Punta de Mita for catching up with old friends in a very chill place. We only had one cloudy day in the whole time we have been away in Mexico, and would say this is the best time to ever visit here due to less tourists and the perfect ...
... half way point (April 18th) and were preparing to cross the equator. The winds were light and from the wrong direction, but we continued to sail, not getting the "westing “ in that we would have liked to have, but we would still cross the equator near 125 degrees longitude, which seems to be in a belt that is good for getting to the Marquesas.
Crossing the equator is actually a pretty big thing, as in addition to having water ...
... and the whole building shakes and that sets off car alarms), and if all is well we shall stay here for 3 weeks.
We have not encountered English tourists since we left Tulum, 4 weeks ago. Here it is mainly Canadians, US and Mexican tourists. We have met a couple of English people working here, one of them runs “Harry's Bar”, the only English pub we have found so far. (Not that we are especially looking for them but we knew it had wifi)