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... There were five buses packed with the passengers.
We were on a very good bus with an excellent guide. She had told us about life here in Vallarta. Minimum wage here is $5.50 for 8 hours of work, not $5.50 an hour. They work hard. Bus transportation is $.60 to take you most places. The buses do have schedules, they just come and go. Mexico is very relaxed in their life style. We sort of like it here in ...
... br> that one has to line up for a chance to have their photo taken with
the sculpture. Alongside these beautiful whimsical bronze sculptures
were sand sculptures ranging from giant iguanas to festive Christmas
trees, and a few popular cartoon characters.
Once in a while, the waves came crashing and plumes of water sprayed down
on people and on the sand sculptures.
From the Malecon, our next stop was Wall-Mart to get our must- ...
Morning again started in the usual way, Dave getting coffee and a pastry and holding a spot on the beach. Slept in later this morning so our spot is farther back but close to the bar and lunch spot. We went for breakfast and decide to walk along the beach back to our room. That was a good decision as there was some excitement on the beach.
The waves were higher that they had been, making lots of noise and crashing onto the beach. ...
... sleepy and quiet. We spent about 30 minutes wandering around and then ended up becoming part of a confusing organization to get us on a new bus. We were asked (our group of 6) to split up and they needed 4 to leave immediately on a big bus. There was a group of 4 people that knew each other and they left, although we had quickly made friends with two sisters and they briefly hesitated about going with their couple friend and at last minute went after making sure ...
Who should go?
Everybody interested in beautiful nature, amazing scenery, hiking, climbing, running...... and trains!!!
One might say, good that it wasn't crowded, but as a tourism professional myself, I am sad that tourism to this amazingly beautiful part of the country declined so much....
We did not once ever feel nervous, or sense any danger, at any time of the trip.
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