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... day off, he will see me and search me out and come over with a big smile and a
hand shake and in Mexican wish me a nice day, and just make me feel at home. We
have had this relationship since our first visit to PV, and after our 2-year
hiatus he remembered Ford and I right off. It makes you feel good.
I am very sad to say that my favorite hawker at the stand,
Anthony does not seem to be there this week, and I think may have been fired
... with enclosed ATM machines. Unbelievable!
It was 10 when our group jubilantly descended down to level 4, anxiously awaiting the forthcoming announcement confirming their early departure. As a more experienced "cruiser", I had already determined that there was no way we would be leaving early. But I had other problems now. I had left my room card and needed to return to our stateroom to retrieve it before I would be allowed to leave the ship. So I went up ...
... get all your socializing in. Sounds early, I know, but you'll be loving it when you can wake up before 10am, well-rested without almost any remnants of a hangover and not miss out on your routine morning exercise (which in my case is currently swimming laps... so easy on the joints!). Did I just say that? But seriously--I challenge any of you skeptics to try it for a month, even a week, and tell me you disagree. That waking up groggy and foggy about the previous night's ...
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 ...
... home, at least from what I saw. I started at Cafe Roma and had another one of their huge Margaritas (a bargain at 30 pesos) which I sipped while reading my Kindle at the bar. It was still quite early (about 7pm) and there was ************e there except the staff. The owner (an American guy) wished me Happy New Year as I was leaving.
From here I walked down to the Malecon which while busy was not yet overflowing with people. Another thing I like about PV is that although ...