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... off of the
sirloin tips and puts it through the grinder, not once, but twice. The pork is
the same way, from a huge roast; the end is cut off and again is run twice
through the grinder. When I cook this up there is no extra grease in the pan,
and I have learned that a little extra oil may be necessary. Giovanni’s mother
then collects the money from me after he tells her my price which she then
shows me on a calculator, and I pay her and we are ...
So tonight was yet another new experience in Mexico.
Scott, the dogs and I went for our usual evening walk...all was perfectly fine and normal
It was 8:00at night,..loads of people out on the streets... lots of taco stands open...people just out and about everywhere.
Then along came the "FOGGER TRUCK"! We spotted it a block away and watched as everything in its path was sprayed down. To be fair they have some safety regulations... they turn ...
... though I was super drained of any energy, and with the potential my **** could let loose at any moment, I’d rather save on paying for a hostel overnight, and instead would get the nightbus to my next planned destination – Guadalajara. Went for one last walk along the malecon, thinking that eating any tacos could have catastrophic consequences, and said goodbye to the people there before embarking on the next stage of my journey…
No more Jason ...
... have the same opinion.
There are three marinas to choose from here... the one we are currently in; La Cruz, one in Nuevo Vallarta called Paradise Village Resort and the one in downtown Puerto Vallarta called the City Marina. Each has it's merits, but the decision comes down to where do we think we will be the safest. ...
... a concrete shell waiting transformation into a boutique hotel. The Lover’s Arch is looking a bit old and tired too and obscured by powerlines and Burton’s villa appears abandoned. Sad end to one of the greatest love stories of the 20th century.
Just around the corner is a restaurant called Puerto di Cielo. The dining room is beautiful, on a terrace overlooking Banderas Bay and the spires and crown of the cathedral. Bought some postcards (2 for a ...