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Travel Blogs from Rincon de Guayabitos
... to do with them. The next time we see them for sale we will buy one.
The jackfruit is the largest tree-borne fruit, it can reach 80 lbs. in weight, 36" in length and 20" in diameter. The ones we see on the side of the road are about 12" long and 8" in diameter.
We have relatively good internet here and spend most of our time on the computer, sitting on the beach or reading. One exception, we went to Sayulita one day and met up with Bonnie's sister, Darlene and her ...
... spotted the odd whale blowing, and as the sun got lower the whales
got closer, and more active. They put on a real show, jumping out of
the water, showing their tales, lots of entertainment. Cathie got the
camera, as usual the photos don't do it justice.
Quite the large game today, crocs and
After watching the sun fall out of the
sky, we left the beach and Cathie cooked the fish we had bought
earlier. Had it with all the trimmings, ricardo and cajun ...
... and reading all of the books I had planned on reading in the summer and didn’t. I had hauled them, and way too much other stuff I ended up with that last night in Calgary, to Mexico, and dammit – I was going to get them read. I also had HBO and movie channels, something I have never had access to in many years. I have to say it was one of the most relaxing and enjoyable weeks in memory: I read four and a half ...
... sea ..., while listening to all the creaking and murmuring and gurgling noises that you find on a boat in the middle of the night, our mystical enchanted ride took us on an extraordinary trip. In the middle of this very dark and slightly spooky night, it started with a glow in the water off in the distance. It looked liked a torpedo was headed our direction, then another and another. Just before they hit the boat, they turned. Dolphin, all lit up, glowing and sparkling, jumping over ...
It was a random weekday morning, Tuesday or Wednesday I think, and I was walking back from Spanish class and nearing the Modelorama (the Canadian equivalent would be a Labattarama) when I passed a somewhat unsavory-looking fellow leaning against a truck. He was tipping back one of those giant 750 ml beers Mexicans drink when they want the last few sips to taste like a A-Rod's cousin's "good" urine. That song, you know, the one they play in ...