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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... coconut water and eating amazing seafood right on the sand. We visited the local turtle camp, releasing baby turtles into the sea and watching a turtle lay eggs before helping to move them to a nursery; got up close to crocodiles in the swamp; visited Tequila and Guadalajara and spent a night on the beach watching for a meteor shower that sadly never materialised.
When one by one they left Vallarta it was with impatience that I counted the days when I would leave as well. ...
... with the surroundings- but quite good, Under Western Eyes by Joseph Conrad), then walk back to the hotel.
I think I'll have more to say about PV but I want to wait a bit, see more, experience more, give more time for both the pros and cons to expose themselves properly.
... The thing that I don't like is that more people here try to sell you stuff than in New York. It's so annoying. Tomorrow we have six hours en the middle of the day to do something in between serving the people. First, in the morning, we are going to an orphanage to play with the kids; and Will told me that there is an English class with which I can help. I hope that he's right. I love speaking Spanish-except when people try to sell me stuff. Haha. But ...
... Later today we will go to the beach,
visit, relax, read, rest, swim, etc..
We have had our coffee and fruit salad,
and now its time for pancakes, so I'll let you get back to your
coffee and I'll start the pancakes. We hope to have a little visit
today with Umberto, a friend from Canada, Roland's dad who is staying
here. It's sure a small world
All for now,
... the bus, and 25 more to get to the apartment - Not bad, 180 pesos = $14.75
Impressive bus system here. One leaves every 20 minutes, and drove me an hour north for less than $8.00!
A very enthusiastic "Jerry" helped grab my bag from underneath the bus and made sure I knew that if there was anything I needed - he was the guy to see! Oh, how I love ...