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... afternoon in nearby Sayulita. The beach is beautiful there and not too busy; the sea was pretty rough, but after my surf school experience, I felt comfortable braving the waves. The following day, I splashed out and moved next door to the hotel, owned by same people as the hostel. With a sea view and a pool, I knew I'd made the right decision on where to finish up my time at the beach. After my early morning move, Katie and I hopped on a boat over to Yelapa, a bit ...
... br> some of them will say.
When we left San Diego last December
20, there was an official Christmas tree lighting ceremony coupled
with the singing of Christmas carols. But since San Francisco, our
ship has been well decorated and has the Christmas colors everywhere
you look. Fresh poinsettias have replaced the once fresh orchids
that dominates all the tables at the Lido Restaurant. It is at the
Lido restaurant where I met ...
... tour downtown and the historic church, some shopping in old town, and then visit a tequila plant and have lunch. We are supposed to be back around 3:30.
We get picked up in a van a little late and are driven to the center of the city; here we meet our tour guide. He tells us some information about the city and the statue of the boy riding the seahorse. The boy represents youth as Puerto Vallarta is a young city; the hat represents the fact that the natives were cowboys ...
... called it the Mexican Walmart even though they have two Walmarts here if not more.
We had a super strict 1 hour to shop for groceries. We spent almost 1000 pesos on a bunch of stuff, mostly snack foods, a loaf of bread and peanut butter, bananas, apples, a pineapple, mango, limes, cookies, chips, pop, WATER, Vienetta ice cream (OMG! we don't have that at home anymore) so I bought two).
Jorge met us outside the store and loaded ...
... Joanna that conveyed my disappointment in this guy. Joanna leaned over and told me her thoughts on him as well ("horrendioso"), which was her attempt at Spanishafying her favorite word: horrendous.
"Es frio, Babe." I held Joanna closely to warm her up. The stars were out and provided a peaceful canopy for the cold voyage to the island. The crew members cut the lights off briefly, and just when everyone was wondering what was going on, Michael Jackson's "Beat ...