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... His flight arrived too late to get home to SLC, so he spent the night near the airport, then flew home via Rapid City on Saturday. The next day I received a text from Scott that he had added international texting to my cell phone plan so we could communicate with each other and he could advise me of flight loads.
It turned out the flights leaving Monday and Tuesday were oversold, but the US Airways flight to PHX ...
... barked. It was also an art-walk of sorts, because of the number of statues – of mermaids, women emerging from the sea, dolphins, men gesticulating – that lined the pathway. We ended at a small plaza with a large dolphin sculpture, then retraced our steps, spotting what we thought must be the cliff diver platform near the sea.
Lunch was taken at a restaurant on the central plaza, which was fine. It was pleasant, as ...
... did say this tollway was particularly expensive - they weren't joking!
While we missed most of it, we also got caught up in the country's 4-day weekend celebrations for Mexican Independence Day. A few drunk blokes dressed as women - very ugly women you'd have to say - accosted us as we drove thru one town and in another there was a large parade of school kids marching to the beat of kettle drum bands. That was pretty good!
By more ass than class ...
... night. We looked around our surroundings, we seemed alone until we heard the voices of two men across from us at a fish farm. These men were working at the fish farm, a farm for growing tilapia in huge tanks made of brick and they were there feeding the fish with a mixture of testosterone for the breeder fish, and other hormones for fast growth for the market fish. When I told them whatever hormone or additive you give to the fish, the people who eat it are ...
... the rest of the afternoon where I met an Irish girl called Jen who was there with a group of six friends! All that time on my own and just when I decide to leave I meet other travellors! I spent the afternoon and evening with them before heading off to catch my bus which I nearly missed as they told me it wasn´t there yet when it was!!
I am now in Puerto Vallarta in a backpackers hostel with loads of other travellors!