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... up to the balcony with chocolate and cocoanut muffins to enjoy with our coffee. Sitting here enjoying coffee and pastries on the balcony, watching the joggers go by, is beginning to make me feel guilty! Definitely need to adjust the diet when I get back home!
Some folks were concerned with security here in PV. There really isn't a problem. The police cruise around on segways and there has been no sign of trouble. Everyone is friendly ...
... humpback whales jumping in and out of the water :-) :-) Arriving back on land we all had a bit of a rest before the festivities began. A couple of other people staying at the hostel joined us. The rain had convinced us to stay in the hostel for the 12 o'clock toast, however, at midnight, the rain ceased off a bit and the fireworks did go off so we ran down to the beachfront to watch them. After that the rain was on and off, though it didn't stop everyone dancing at the street ...
... decided to get some sun today so went to two chairs in the sun for a bit. As the surf was high there were lots of rocks and shells being let on the beach. We spent some time picking shells and rocks from the beach. It was difficult as just as one wave came in another was leaving so your body got pulled both ways. Although difficult it was fun and we got a number of pieces of shell and coral.
For lunch Ann again had her ...
... 20 Hwy. - hwy to Manzanillo), a small restaurant not far from Chico's Paradise, a popular spot for Zip lining activities.
Lunch was comical. As we got in, we were greeted by a waiter who explained they didn't have menus, just the one at the entrance. He showed us what the fresh meat would look like and took our order for drinks and the meals before we even sat down. I had chicken. Theresa had shrimp and our LA friends had this huge "try everything" ...
... then produced some kind of clicking sound that made the seal disappear behind me.
"Oof!" I grunted as the monstrous, 200-lb. slippery mammal mounted me and slapped her flippers over my chest. Joanna was laughing throughout this whole ordeal, and clearly so when the picture was taken. The trainer grabbed a fresh fish from his bucket and nearly hit me in the head when he hurled it right into Jenny's mouth.
"Look, Babe!" She was beaming when she saw ...