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Ok, so lat night at about 10pm, we hear what sounded like a train whistle right outside our apartment. I looked out our window and saw what appeared to be the Mexican version of "Dickee Dee". Scott immediately wanted a shaved ice cone, so he ran out to get one.
Seconds later he returned with no snow cone. Apparently he was selling platanos(cooked bananas) not exactly the snack Scott was hoping for.
Today we were in Spanish class and we were talking about ...
... gente. Primero, en la mañana, vamos a un orfanato para jugar con los niños; y me dijo Will que hay una clase de inglés a que puedo ayudar. Espero que tenga razón. Me encanta hablar en español-menos cuando me está tratando de vender algo. Jaja. Pero en serio. We arrived in Puerto Vallarta yesterday and our leader here, Will brought us to a fish taco restaurant. I haven't tried one before and I tried one; wasn't bad. Then we went to our hotel and it wasn't ...
... It was very expensive to golf in PV so we only did it once to say we were there.
Karen checked off another bucket list adventure, she swam with the dolphins and loved it. She came back to the resort like a little kid with a big smile on her face, giggling and a kick in her step. I think that is the day she had the extra dirty monkey drink. When you are at the resort and spend your day doing almost the same thing every ...
... the beachfront. A slight sense of panicked excitement sets in as we spot all the boarded up shops and buildings, with strong tape on many windows. Still we head out for drinks in a deserted town.
Needless to say it doesn't hit and the most we get is a little bit of rain. That is two hurricane's I have been promised, and they both have failed to materialise. I am very disappointed.
... the help of Juan Carlos from our hostel we finally made it to San Sebastian in the Sierra Madre mountains. The enterprise involved taking the local bus to the edge of town to catch the country bus for a journey of an hour and a half. Then, leaving the bus at a small village on the main road (La Estancia) we had to walk through the village to find a taxi. This is where Juan Carlos was invaluable as he kept asking people where to find the taxi and they pointed ...
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