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... on our travels.
Other than enjoying the beach and the pool, doing a bit of work and picking up some groceries, we haven't really traveled too far from our temporary home. We went to visit the Historico Centro in Mazatlan. This is the beautiful old historical district. For years it has been somewhat neglected, but there has been a revival of this area within the past decade and much has been done to restore buildings and cobbled ...
... a lead. Anyway, the 2nd or third time Lola
leaped into the water the undertow got her and she went under and was swept
away about 3 feet. She emerged from the surf sputtering and eyes as big as
plates. She now has a healthy respect for the ocean. She isn't scared, she just
learned a good lesson.
We met some really nice people (Van, Rosanne and Kristy).
Van and Kristy live ...
... an immense amount of tropical trees (from palm, to banana, to paradise bushes and especially birds singing their glories). While making our way into town, I had consulted my lonely planet guide and requested we check out Bungalow Aurinko. To all of our amazement, these bugnalows were superb! We were shown what was to become our home for the week; again an open concept suite, the kitchen connected to living room that house a hammock, my bed for ...
... was moving fast and at that distance it would take only day or so to reach us. So slightly nervous we postpone our two-day sail to Puerto Vallarta and take the dogs for a walk. Before we can get them off the boat Ginger has done all her business and is barking at the snowy white Ibis birds with blood red beaks, long legs and feet. They are working the muddy banks of the estuary just a stone's throw off our stern; constantly on the move poking their long curved beaks ...
... A highlight of my walk is to stop at the Marche, 5 de diciembre. We are quite well known here now as Ford and I walk around the little market picking up fresh grapefruit, tangerines and vegetables from the one stand, fish from the fish mongers and beef or pork from the butcher. I am greeted at each place with an understanding smile, and a here is the gringo who knows nothing about the money, but who cares when you get a bag of fresh fruits and veggies for ...