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... br> We were driven a few miles then got off the bus and visited the square. There is a huge statue of a seahorse with a statue of a person riding the seahorse waving his hand, a welcome gesture. From there we walked to the church, small, and like most Catholic churches, lots of murals.
We rode along the country side up to the base of the jungle. From there we went to a tequila distillery and learned about ...
... colors of the flumes but their rhythm as
well. It was like watching an Aztec street dance minus the boobs
and the bums. With that, it was a series of click, click, click
from my camera. Sometimes I would switch between taking video and
still shots because I did not want to miss the “real action”.
About a dozen bronze sculptures were present and strategically
located at the Malecon for everyone to admire. A few are ...
I can't believe how much work it is to leave!! Packing sucks and I hate it and put it off as long as I can, but it always seems to get done in time! The furniture is in from the balconies and the fridge is empty, which is the way a trip begins - closing up and putting our life here on hold for 3 months. I am ready for this adventure to begin!
... sleepy and quiet. We spent about 30 minutes wandering around and then ended up becoming part of a confusing organization to get us on a new bus. We were asked (our group of 6) to split up and they needed 4 to leave immediately on a big bus. There was a group of 4 people that knew each other and they left, although we had quickly made friends with two sisters and they briefly hesitated about going with their couple friend and at last minute went after making sure ...
... it is too dark to see the ball,and finally the removal of loungers to be replaced with tables and chairs on the beach for dining, and at the same time the Malecon food stalls burst into life to serve the evening strollers. It is a gentle pace of life that we have really enjoyed and that enabled us to spend time observing some essentials of life such as how the river changes its path to the sea with the tides, the heron and cormorant that competed for the same ...