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... but living in Chicago who had come to Mexico to work remotely. Although he had plans of exploring Mexico we managed to keep him in Vallarta for well over a month! We failed completely at teaching him Spanish but he was my partner in crime for twice weekly salsa lessons!
Each week we would catch up for drinks, play pool, dance salsa and hang out and every weekend we would take trips to local beaches: playing volleyball or riding waves with the boogie board; drinking ...
Hmm... I won't bore you with a recounting of my every step, I think a quick will do. It was, I guess, a more or less pedestrian day in both senses of the word. Walk along the malecón, walk on the beach, swimming, sunning, reading, walk around town, coffee at Starbucks, read a bit more (the somewhat heavy ...
... was chicken or turkey but it was amazing. And the rice and the guacamole, mmm. Of course, Logan didn't try any of it. We continued until four thirty I think. Then, we went to the bay so that the adults could get drinks. Chloe and I had pina coladas-they weren't that good. The adults had Coronas and Pacificos. Coronas are alright with salt and lime but I don't prefer them. Meh. We returned and showered and went to the city to eat dinner and window shop and ...
... intense Elaine. I have absolutely no regrets moving to BC and understand fully how blessed I am to have both my sons living almost next door, great partner, beautiful giving friends and a good paying career. Life can be so generous when you open your heart and mind to receiving it.
Back to Vancouver to head off to work on April 2, 2012 and I am okay with that. I have had a blast and the adventures will continue.
After a lazy breakfast of fruit salad and sweet bread, a few cups of
coffee, visits, story time and show and tell, we were off to Chacala
for the day. This is the cute little fishing village 1 hour up the
coast from Sayulita. Mom and Dad enjoyed the trip, and we were there
in no time.
Being sunday it was alot busier than mid week, when Cathie and I were
there. Still not crowded at all on the beach. We ...