Costa Alegre Hotel and Suites
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... driving and motor vehicle violations, and are
usually pretty strict. The lone police officer approached us on the passenger
side on a very busy part of a congested three-lane highway and informed me that
he was stopping me for having unlawful tinted windows.
After I gave him my
license, he asked me to step out of the truck and return to his police vehicle.
He tells me that there is an $800 pesos ($60 US) fine for the tinted windows.
... which is a members only club but is opened to the public for a small admission. They have developed preferential areas for foreigners who visit in caravans from Canada and the U.S. When we arrived, we were greeted by Rafa, one of the owners, who showed us around to the eucalyptus steam rooms, the thermal heated pool and regular pool, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, and the club house that has pool tables, and such. This weekend will ...
... from there we made plans to spend two mornings, one week apart, building puppets with about 20 children, 5 to 12 years old. Isabel wanted to focus on facial expressions, so we decided to make Carnaval clowns. Carnaval is celebrated in the middle of February this year. Perfect timing.
The first morning, we showed the children how to form heads and hands using the clay that we had brought. Most of the kids were pretty shy and it didn't ...
... watched about 10 movies and reacquainted myself with PV.
As always with me and my ‘small world’ stories, there was yet another one in PV. I had been downtown PV, saw a bus with ‘Costco’ on it along with a whole bunch of other place names. The buses in Mexico chalk the names of all the towns or streets or places they go onto their front windshields. They used to be privately owned, with ...
... the most tequila. It was really nice to see so many drivers enjoying them as they got back into their driver's seats. We will pass for now...
We found the only hotel in town the Dolphin. It was a rundown three story affair, build in the 50's with dark rooms and saggy beds. It looked clean enough and it was cheap. And the desk clerk was cute! We did not really want to go further and we did not want to stay either. We decided to check to see if this was ...