Villa del Mar
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... coming up and folks are already staking out their claim on the lounge chairs around the pool. The buffet is now serving. The tiki bar has opened. All is well with the world.
We’ve (tentatively) decided to skip stocking up at Sam’s Club and Walmart and we’ll just take the local bus to Sayulita after breakfast today. And that breakfast needs to include free wi-fi, cuz it’s $7us an hour at our “all ...
... toucan feather, this one,” the
leader said. “It's so beautiful,” I answered admiringly. On the
one hand, it is something that would make Audubon members and bird
lover gag and throw up. To me, everything blended so well from
their body tattoos, to their attire and facial makeup.
One of the shorter guys blew a conch shell as a signal to begin their dance.
Once they started dancing, I was
mesmerized not just ...
I can't believe how much work it is to leave!! Packing sucks and I hate it and put it off as long as I can, but it always seems to get done in time! The furniture is in from the balconies and the fridge is empty, which is the way a trip begins - closing up and putting our life here on hold for 3 months. I am ready for this adventure to begin!
... It was very expensive to golf in PV so we only did it once to say we were there.
Karen checked off another bucket list adventure, she swam with the dolphins and loved it. She came back to the resort like a little kid with a big smile on her face, giggling and a kick in her step. I think that is the day she had the extra dirty monkey drink. When you are at the resort and spend your day doing almost the same thing every ...
... market here. Good thing we've come to like them (see our final U.S. blog entry - http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/thelees/1/1314214312/tpod.html). One negative effect though is that absolutely everyone seems to expect a tip, even people with food stands on the street. I even spotted a tip glass at the till in the little supermarket the other day!
The town has a good balance of local and foreign-owned ...