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... from the stand for good.
Since I do not send this out when I am finished writing, but
maybe a couple of days late, or even a week. I am glad to say that Anthony just
took a few days off. I greeted his return with one of the HD T-shirts I brought
down to give away as gifts and tips. Most are old and probably collector items,
but I am sure they are appreciated. I gave some to Manuel and his friends have
tried to buy the off of him!
... beach and our ATV trip is at 1:30 in the old part of town so we grab a cab and go to the Malecon and checked out the beach. That's when I realized I forgot my paperwork for the ATV trip. I did have it on my iPad so Boomer and I found wifi so we could get the info and he did screenshots of it for the tour company. Back in a cab for $6 to the ATV place and all was good. The voucher, phone number and map with directions were all prepared ahead of time and left on ...
... a celebrity!) so of course we just HAD to go dancing! I'm not sure who's idea it was, but I'm almost positive it can be attributed to the 2x1 margaritas we ordered endlessly at happy hour. (Kaley was trying to keep score and see how many margs she could cram into her 48 hour trip.) After dancing, and bar hopping a little, and putting Judie into a taxi home to her condo, I proceeded to keep drunk, sleepy Kaley up until 4:30am, chatting her ear off and eating gluten free cake! Poor ...
... did not keep Kona and I out of the water however, as we are slower
learners. No major damage done, Kona is in his recovery position, and
I'm enjoying a cerveza. Cathie is cleaning Hazel, dosen't seem fair
I know.... I have tried to get Kona up to help Cathie but he will not
Hucapala from Chacala
That's also one of the words in my new language.
... at the large outdoor amphitheater Los Arcos (the Arches). I stopped at a bar called Taza Blanco which occupies the first and second floors of a building that sits across from the Malecon’s large nativity scene. Once again, the place was empty but most of the tables had Reserved signs on them. I had a rum and coke (40 pesos) then ordered a Go Cup of the same and continued walking.
There were a few boats anchored just offshore, presumably private parties enjoying ...