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... visit, more than enough for the 4 of us, for $200 pesos, but have found
out the smaller ones seem to have more flavor and are enough for us. We have
bought Red Snapper here also, 6 fish, one each, and they were $300 pesos, I did
them on the BBQ and everyone seemed to like them. You would not buy these as a
meal out for $300 pesos a plate. Even if I am not buying fish, Anthony will
come over and shake my hand, and if I see him anywhere, or if he is in on ...
... to make the dolphin encounter so we needed to eat breakfast at the buffet and get to the disembark area early to be the first off. I grabbed a couple of things, slipped on my shoes and off to the Lido we all went. A quick breakfast got us down to the Promenade deck where we could monitor the docking process. It was there that Boomer told me his ATM card had been compromised in La Paz, the only place he had used it. It was at Bancomer, a large Mexican ...
... Mom and Dad arrive in a few hours and I have a funny feeling Mom may re-ignite the wino inside me and I may be reporting a very different story a week from now.) Now, I don't want to mislead anyone. I have made it to happy hour a few nights, for sure. My first two nights here I was in almost complete solitude (aside from the four Mexican guys that work here and follow me around attending to my every need--the perks of being the first people in a very quiet building). So I was oh ...
... Later today we will go to the beach,
visit, relax, read, rest, swim, etc..
We have had our coffee and fruit salad,
and now its time for pancakes, so I'll let you get back to your
coffee and I'll start the pancakes. We hope to have a little visit
today with Umberto, a friend from Canada, Roland's dad who is staying
here. It's sure a small world
All for now,
... lime juice, one with a good tequila and one with a tomato based drink called sangrita. First we sipped the lime, then the tequila, and finally washed that down with the sangrita. Much better than the salt and lemon shots I’ve had previously.
We walked back down to the Malecon and had a glass of Tuba - a soft drink based on palm juice. The guy selling it, Conception, dresses all in white with a white hat and sells around 50 litres of his concoction each day. Again, ...