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... and shrimp on skewers. We bought a couple of sticks worth and had them for appetizers. They were quite tasty. As we were enjoying them a gringo couple strolled by. We queried them for a restaurant recommendation. They pointed one out that they eat at regularly and off we went. Between the four of us we had three different shrimp dishes. We were not disappointed, they were all very good.
The next morning we got underway at sunrise. We had a long ...
... sized, fully stocked kitchen, a large living room with murphy bed, and a sliding glass door leading to a balcony. We were on the 3rd floor and the balcony railing had large openings in it where a small child could easily slip through. Maintenence soon arrived and covered the openings for us.
A brand new Walmart had just opened near the resort and we were able to get there in a short 10 minute ride in a pulmonia. Back ...
... had a tasty brunch at the restaurant, then went to sit in the hot tub for a few minuets, just to let our muscles relax.
Around noon, we set off for town. The bus was arriving just as we went outside, and we managed to flag it down. The drive to town took about 20 minutes, passing through the Zona Dorado (with its 7 Senor Frog Official Shops and "Mayan Massage" salon, which just didn't sound relaxing at all), along the ...
... there was always a police or military checkpoint to amuse us during each and every day but they were always friendly enough and never asked for a bribe or anything like that.
Found our way around Acalpulco and to a trailer park on the north side of this well known tourist enclave ... and big city! Like all the RV parks we have found so far, this one was near empty as the tourist have cleared out because it is the hurricane season. We kinda like it without the ...
... the rest of the afternoon where I met an Irish girl called Jen who was there with a group of six friends! All that time on my own and just when I decide to leave I meet other travellors! I spent the afternoon and evening with them before heading off to catch my bus which I nearly missed as they told me it wasn´t there yet when it was!!
I am now in Puerto Vallarta in a backpackers hostel with loads of other travellors!