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... 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 ...
... Mom and Dad
that the surf there was very small and they would enjoy the swimming.
Now remember this morning I mentioned the surf was crazy big in
Sayulita. Well in Chacala there were 6 foot waves, the same swells
were also affecting that beach. Mom and Dad were suspicious of our
intentions . We assured them we did not know the surf would be this
big, and they were more then welcome to remain safely on shore. This
... I had a window seat and flirted with the married woman in front of me, but mostly the three of us just slept the entire flight, exhausted from staying up all night either packing, stressing, or partying. Perhaps it can be guessed which one us did which. It now occurs to me that those three activities have been eerie foreshadowers, strangely on point.
Mike had arranged for his friend Cisco to pick us up with a truck at the airport in Puerto Vallarta, ...