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... of making tequila. Very interesting, especially the part where we got to taste many, many different kinds of tequila.
On the way back, we got to stop at a market to see the local handcrafts. It was a great tour and we could stay here for a while, so laid back.
Lunch was again in the Lido, same old salads, cookies. We did manage a 45 minute walk along the deck and took in the sites of Vallarta from ...
... br> that one has to line up for a chance to have their photo taken with
the sculpture. Alongside these beautiful whimsical bronze sculptures
were sand sculptures ranging from giant iguanas to festive Christmas
trees, and a few popular cartoon characters.
Once in a while, the waves came crashing and plumes of water sprayed down
on people and on the sand sculptures.
From the Malecon, our next stop was Wall-Mart to get our must- ...
... okay to wait.
To our pleasant suprise, Theresa and I were two of only 4 people left, another couple we later found out was from Los Angeles also got left behind. Shortly after, our driver Andres came and got us and ushered us to a small white van. We struck lucky and ended up being on a small tour group of only 5 people including Theresa and I and we were on our way into Puerto Vallarta with our "private" driver.
Our first stop, Puerto Vallarta. ...
... of course people watching.
One of the most pleasing aspects of life here is the way people talk to each other – all the time, everywhere. It would be impossible to feel lonely or isolated in PV. Even popping into the bakers for a moment I can guarantee Jim will be deep in conversation with someone by the time I come out. As the hotel did not have internet access we started going into Starbucks to log in there, and quickly came to appreciate the ...
... Mike to a rebounding competition.
In the following days, despite the continued energy and excellence of our host, we remained idle in Mascota, waiting for Mike's bank card and twiddling our thumbs during the down time. In support of the people of Mascota and of my belief that Jesus Christ is, in fact, the "King of México," I purchased a t-shirt with the visage of José María Robles. We did ...