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There are other options for shopping too, and we do explore them often. There is also, and it is about 4 km north of us again, but when you get down to Hwy 200 at the sports park, 1km north of us and towards the sea, you angle off to the right, towards the mountains and, another 2 km down the road you make a careful left and there off on your right sits Costco, or Cost More as Grant and Sally, our friends from Paradise, would call it.
Another great option for us ...
... doors and stuff. The walls were about to be painted. A new boiler to be put in and a new roof to go on.
We went back to town to have a beer and think about all this.
We had been in contact with a house owner in (SMA) San Miguel de Allende that had a cancelation and wanted to rent us a fab house for half price if we took it for the month of Feb. This house is right in the centre of town and just a few ...
... I heard somewhere that that's where the magic happens. And I couldn't agree more.
This time, it's to somewhere familiar. I've been to Puerto Vallarta before. And. Mexico many many times. I even know people there. But I'm going alone. And will endeavour to master some balance of living in paradise, immersed in culture, forced to practice another language while working remotely. Let's see if this can be done.
And if it can, if this turns ...
... another bottle. I didn’t wear a watch today so not sure exactly what time it is, but guessing sometime between 3 and 4. Watched one of theDVDs I bought yesterday - Seeking Justice a Nicolas Cage film set in New Orleans that I hadn’t seen before. It was a ************* so I won’t bother taking it home with me. It’s almost 6.30 so time to head out for a last meal in PV.
Walked through the square at dusk where a guy was playing a killer version ...
... on Fridays and Sundays (although we were seldom made it in time!). We knew exactly where to go for the best fish tacos.
We were there since before peak season started. Long enough to see the beach take new shape. Long enough to notice the temperature drop and the ocean cool. Long enough to see holidaymakers come and go. Long enough to see an influx of vendors for the busy season. We even noticed when some vendors started cutting corners - using corn tortillas ...