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... along the bay called The Malecon. Lots of activity and art along the way. Puerto Vallarta is definitely a tourist destination. It's filled with lots of shops and great places to eat. In her almost 3 months here, Ruth has really settled into the lifestyle. She has met other ex-pats and has found her favorite places to eat and hang out. It's hard not to envy this relaxed way of life! I was pleased to meet a few of Ruth's new friends from the U.S. I imagine that coming back ...
... 20 at one time from our cabin. If you were not doing an excursion or water sports then it was either drink Tequila or buy T shirts and hats. A real water playground. The ATM machine was called Cashola. The ladies in the cabin next to us must have gone to the beach as one was shaking the sand out of her gear on her balcony. She leaned over the balcony railing and shook her towel over the side but forgot her bathers were wrapped inside and over board ...
... ridiculous! Good job I only buy the cheap ****…
Anyway, some more beach time (I pretty much turned black in these few days) before another quiet night in with the frogs – largely improved by going out and finding all you can eat Spag Bol. Bumped, or rather got bumped into one of the super obese cruise ship Americans who told me that he had come here every year for 30+ years, and how it had changed from the small town he used to come surf in. I ...
... to throw it away a near 10 hours later.
We passed through customs with laughter and complications as we were told to "press the button" by a small unhappy Mexican man standing an inch away from this said button. Unsure of the directions, with wide eyes I questioned who should press the button. He nodded and pointed at me; the button was pressed, lit up green and the Mexicano said "welcome to Mexico." This same procedure was repeated by Alina.
Greeted by an endless line ...
... his head thrown back, and the stick with the leather held up to his lips and his eyes are closed. His stick is now a microphone and he has a captive audience as he belts out another chorus of the better known to us "Frito Bandito" song. Mind you, I'm the girl who pays the mariachi's to sing to another table... on the other side of the room, Porfavor. But the kicker is the song where he whinnies. You had to be there.
After an hour or so ...