Michtik Hostel Puerto Vallarta
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... Katie and we were driven off along the coast. We weren't sure what to expect, but it definitely wasn't what we arrived to! The owner of the hostel also owned, the hotel next door and a number of apartments round the coast. We arrived to a stunning setting, but the barbeque was finished and all that was left were crisps and booze! The other guests at the barbeque were an older group and had been visiting the same spot for years. Not to seem rude, we tucked in to ...
... in the spacious back yard whilst the gardners are working, doing their thing. And of course I'm listening to the Canada-Finland game, World Junior Hockey Championship. Canada's down 3-1....cmon Canada!
Later of course it's off to find a sports bar to catch some NFL playoffs. Even though my Boyz are not in it, I will root like hell for New Orleans to destroy Philadelphia!
Hasta pronto amigos!
... are on a waiting list for detailing. They are very friendly and off we go to the airport.
We arrive with plenty of time, check in and then go for breakfast after passing through security. We have breakfast at the Belgian Beer Café. Ann had eggs Benny on potato pancakes and Dave had an omelette; we also had a pressed coffee. Both meals were excellent and the service was good. The Edmonton Airport has really been upgraded. It has nice tile ...
... like I had gotten pinched! We kept walking but then as the pain got worse, I decided I'd rather be OUT of the sand, away from salt water and closer to our hotel. So we walked back.
Once I got it cleaned off, the pain seemed to lessen a wee bit. It could have been a crab biting me telling me to get off his back OR it could have been a bee sting, it was windy and I had passed a bee on the beach earlier that had been knocked by the wind and was ...
... seemingly nice, exploring the rocks and catching crabs and they both introduced themselves to me and asked me several questions, the usual, where are you from and what are you doing here. Then questions got a bit more personal in nature, as to my age, my marital status, and where I am staying while in town. They really seemed like nice guys, they were from Mexico city, and where pretty funny and nice to talk with. I caught a fish! I caught ...