Hotel Suites Del Sol
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Ok, so lat night at about 10pm, we hear what sounded like a train whistle right outside our apartment. I looked out our window and saw what appeared to be the Mexican version of "Dickee Dee". Scott immediately wanted a shaved ice cone, so he ran out to get one.
Seconds later he returned with no snow cone. Apparently he was selling platanos(cooked bananas) not exactly the snack Scott was hoping for.
Today we were in Spanish class and we were talking about ...
... was a giant orange glow.
Hand in hand we joined the crowd and waited for the moment everybody was waiting for. This is where I began to think that our life has been so beautiful and
blessed. In an afternoon like this, I may not have the diamonds that
Elizabeth Taylor received from Ric***********; but we certainly have
had so many precious journeys together. The memories of those
journeys for the past seventeen years including this one ...
... on September 15, 1810 by Father Hildalgo for the Mexican community to take up arms and oust the foreign invaders. Children oblivious to the weather chased each other and cracked eggs filled with confetti on each others heads and sprayed each other with foam. The large crowd stayed late until the fireworks were set off.
Today is Mexican Independence day - Here is today's schedule(from ...
... br> 1. Sidewalks and cobblestoned roadways - You are always looking at your feet when walking
2. The need to wash your vegetables in iodine / water to ensure no stomach upsets.
3. Mopeds with very hot mufflers.
4. The bugs and bites that I seemed to get every day.
5. The Cartel wars.
6. The weather is boring, every day is sunshine and more sunshine.
7. Spanish is on all the food products in the stores, so it's hard to know what you buy.
... very little. They smile and say Hola as you pass them on the street. They are beautiful people.
Puerto Vallarta downtown is one happenin, squishy fun place. The streets are BUSY, everyone just seems to drive where they want, as a pedestrian, you have to be super careful and watch for the cars, they don't always watch for you.
Our first couple of stops were the school, the kids are enrolled by the gov't for elementary and secondary school and ...