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... When I walked away, it came down to $70 until he reached $20, but I was strong. They are very persistent, even annoying, but apparently they only earn about $5 day.
After the Tequila ranch we went into the city but I think the tour guide was on commission at the shopping centre, taking us again to his mates. As it was after 3.15 and Johnny had not had lunch, we found a Burger King for him to have some food and as ...
... specifically the waves. My ears perked up because i heard the word "las olas". It sounds the same as "hola". This reminded both Scott and i of a story i when w were in Costa Rica 10 years ago.
Scott was body surfing in Costa Rica amoungst some locals who were serious surfers. Scott got in the way of one of the surfers and he looked at Scott and said "******* holas!" Scott got out of the water shortly after and told me that this surfer dude was ****** at ...
... typ place were one shop led right into another. It was a mass of shops. Ann bought some toys for her class and a dress. Dave bought a hat. He had left his at home. We continued shopping, walking and sightseeing along the board walk. We stopped at an ice cream place and talked with the lady that worked there she was an American who had moved to Puerto Vallarta for the weather. That is understandable as it is beautiful but extremely hot. We got to the center of town; tired and hungry. ...
... said No No No but when you're on a trip like this, you have to pop out of your bubble and so I quickly asked to take the pic too. The big guy didn't feel real at all and the little one I barely even felt. Was fun. Our friends from LA, the gal, was deathly afraid of them and when they came near her she screamed this blood curdling scream. We laughed and laughed. Was pretty awesome.
Just outside of Mismeloya we passed a police check. They stopped us ...
... talking about the Voladores de Papantla. They are descendants of the Totonac people and as part of their religious rituals a group will climb to the top of a pole and then descend upside down, attached only by a rope which swings them around the pole. One man is usually sitting on the top playing a flute and/or drums as the others descend. It is haunting music which can be heard from a great distance and of course is useful as a means of attracting ...
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