Garza Blanca Preserve, Resort & Spa
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... of making tequila. Very interesting, especially the part where we got to taste many, many different kinds of tequila.
On the way back, we got to stop at a market to see the local handcrafts. It was a great tour and we could stay here for a while, so laid back.
Lunch was again in the Lido, same old salads, cookies. We did manage a 45 minute walk along the deck and took in the sites of Vallarta from ...
... was a giant orange glow.
Hand in hand we joined the crowd and waited for the moment everybody was waiting for. This is where I began to think that our life has been so beautiful and
blessed. In an afternoon like this, I may not have the diamonds that
Elizabeth Taylor received from Ric***********; but we certainly have
had so many precious journeys together. The memories of those
journeys for the past seventeen years including this one ...
... life guard put marks in the sand so that no one could get any closer to the turtle. Medical officials then came and look at the turtle. It was hardly moving. Scuttlebutt on the beach said that the turtle and been caught in the waves and hit the rocks to the north of the resort. After a while they carried the turtle away and a vet was coming. We later heard that the turtle was going to be okay. What a great way to start the day.
... dichotomy of the economy. Extremely poor with beyond FANCY hotels and condos all mixed up and tangled up. Andres as asked us "who do you think is happiest? the people who live in those shacks? or the people who live in those fancy places?" The answer was easy. No question the "poor" folks here are happiest. They have their values and morals intact. They believe in their families, their religion and they live a basic simple life. They need very little. They ...
Our 6-month tourist visa for Mexico was expiring and we spent half of the day on Tuesday trying to get an extension. We had originally planned on taking off for Hiva Oa in the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia, but the weather has put the big trip on hold until some things settle out a bit. Therefore, we are patiently waiting for a good weather window to start our journey. Once ...