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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 …
The flight down was uneventful and early. Good thing cuz the line out of customs was horrid! Took nearly an hour to get out of the airport. Up shot was that our luggage was waiting for us.
Stepping outside the airport it was very humid, almost unbearable. After a short taxi ride to the condo, all is perfect! The ocean breeze keeps everything cool.
... even the roosters are ****** up as they are crowing and it is no where near sunrise. Here in PV, people have their dogs living on their street balconies, or up on their roof tops. When Ford and I go for our walks we are constantly serenaded by these roof top dwellers along every street we walk, along every roof top, overhead roof porch, or closed in courtyard. People here are crazy about their dogs, some homes, like ours, have 3, some have more, some have ...
... took me and Claire out to show us how to surf. We didn't really learn much as there were so many swimmers about, so decided it was best to try first thing the next morning. At the same place as the mornings yoga, we went to half an hour of om chanting in the evening before going for dinner and a few drinks.
I went to yoga again the next morning. Claire wasn't well so instead of heading to the beach to try more surfing ...
... everyone. The bus was full of locals. It was awful.
Apart from that, it turned out Puerto Viatta was exactly what I needed. We went clubbing and had a wikid time listening to the same five songs which I have since found are played all over Mexico, Guatemala, and I expect the rest of Latin America. These songs include such horrors as Gas-o-li-no da da, da da, Gas-a-li-no and Heyyyy hey baby, I wanna knowowowow, if you’ll be my girl. How am I going ...