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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 …
Land ho! For two days now, there’s been land off our port bow. For you non-seafaring folks that’s the left side as you look toward the bow (front) of the ship. The Baja Peninsula. And then Mexico. This morning we woke ...
A few photos of Sayulita beach - a very relaxed fishing and surfing community surrounded by some expensive luxury homes nested in the hills. It's low season so these rich homeowners must be somewhere else, leaving the town to surfers and beach bums - this makes for a more relaxed atmosphere.
... I let him run across the highway to grab me a beer. 11 pesos, and no tip! Sure hope I don't run into him in a dark alley!
Made it to the apartment after Jerry hailed me a cab, and was greeted by Gus and Lupita, who seemed to think I wasn't coming. After rushing around hauling water, getting towels, toilet paper and soap. I settled into a nice conversation ...
... I also bought sunglasses because I realized I brought broken ones to Mexico.
We layed out by our pool. The events for the day there were Bingo and Music Trivia. Both were really fun. The guys that work at the resort are super cool and really funny. But the whole time it was pretty cloudy and we were not getting a tan. So we decided to just go to the Malecon (the boardwalk in the town). We took a bus over.
Puerto Vallarta's downtown is ...