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... 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 ...
... My first week in Mexico got off to a disastrous start, followed by a nice chilled few days on the beach, and then a weekend of partying. Guillermo and the guys at Oasis made it all the more better, and Puerto Vallarta turned out to be a pretty awesome place. Adios PV! ...
OK, sipping 'dirty monkeys and playing pool volleyball is an amazing way to complete our year of travel and adventure before heading back to work. We stayed at the Crown Paradise Resort/Club but on the adult side. Initially, our travel agent had us (G, Karen and I) booked at the sister resort next door which was all children/families. When we were booking, we made it very clear, "no children please" that will come soon enough. ...
... McDonald's, KFC), huge shopping malls, jetskis and paragliding, and hair braiders on the beach. You can keep the rest, but bring on the hair braiders!
This was the day Dee had her hair braided, Alicia Keys-stylee. They're great at keeping your hair out of the way. At first they were itchy and hard to sleep with, but the fun klink-klink sound and low maintenance makes up for it!
Aside - Ok, so maybe we popped into Micky D's for an Oreo McFlurry but there's no ...
... bring in to share. This I believe is the end of it, until Semana Santa which runs from April 17 to the 24th.
I have copied a brief description of each of these events for those who would like to read and understand a little more of the traditions of the holidays for the Mexicans, and I guess all of the Spanish cultures. What they do not tell about is the firecrackers going off night after night after night, the kids ...