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1/14/15 3:44 AM – The Market
I know this will sound crazy to most of you, but probably
one of my most favorite places in all of Puerto Vallarta, and I probably visit
it 5 6 or 7 days a week, is the 5 de Diciembre Market. The market is a very
friendly place, at least for me, and I have 3 places I visit regularly, they
know me and Ford and I know them. I also trust that I am not being treated ...
... was good.
We stopped and had a coffee at Starbucks and then got a bite to eat. We continued to walk about for awhile and then caught the bus back to the port. There is a huge mall across the street from the port and so we checked it out for WiFi. It was available so we came back to the cabin to regroup and then we left to use the free time in the mall. It was 7pm by the time we finished so we cameback on board. The ...
... 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, ...