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Not yet done with sun and beach, but over shitloads of retired Americans, we headed to Sayulita beach on the mainland, a place that had been recommended to us by a couple of others. A hour or so north of Puerto Vallarta (PV), we arrived to a buzzing town with lots of young (still American, in the main) people and discovered it was the weekend of …
... prices), but worth every bite...even if I had been paying. It was all washed down with a delicious bottle of wine, which in turn was washed down with another bottle (the next day we found a special on that very same wine at a liquor store - buy a bottle, get a bottle of Herradura tequila...at this point Mexico is trying to make us alcoholics). Ready for a night out on the town, we stopped into a place called JB's, which specialized ...
... deck immediately below that, there is an area set aside for, well, nothing but lounging. They could put a “Sundowner Bar” there. What Were They Thinking? Lose ten points.
Outside the Viking Crown Lounge on the Starboard Side there is a veranda with tables for smokers. Outside the Viking Crown Lounge on the Port Side there is a veranda with NO tables for non-smokers. I would love to sit there and enjoy a drink. No can do, they say. Lose ten points.
... the hostel is great, right next to the main square, the Zocalo. When we arrived and crossed the square, there were crowds and queues everywhere and it was difficult to see what was going on. After checking in we went back to find a great snow event taking place. Lots of activities involving snow, including making snowmen. We left home to escape snow and here they have imported it (or made it?) especially. It certainly adds to the festivities along with the numerous Christmas lights. ...
... as I am with the USA. Dinner went fine, good friends, booze, and food. What more can there be.
Well in Mexico you can be surprised. Finishing dinner we got out on the sidewalk and the suggestion is we go to Mananas, which is a few blocks up the street. We see where it is and I walk with Angie up to the OXXO, so she can buy some smokes. When we get back our amigos have gone in, and not being sure we are at the right place, Angie goes in to check. I am a little hesitant ...