Hotel Suites Nadia
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... as we say our
good byes, oh adios or ciao, whatever. Home to eat again.
In the center of the market along with my butcher sits 2
Fish Mongers, one is much larger than the other and both have people standing
out in the market enticing you to buy from this stand or the other, which are
across from each other and are only separated by about 4’ of aisle space. I use
the fishmonger to the left as you are leaving my butcher, or if you were ...
... goes my budgeted time for blogging. Still have work to do today, and probably will take a leisurely afternoon nap as well before Mom & Dad arrive and I whisk them out to meet Glen & Joe for slightly later happy hour.... We still should be able to be in bed by 10pm though. :) Adios! Oh, and by the way, Kaley's final margarita count was: 19 *bestie - bad teenage slang word for best friend that some adults have now picked up and are using in day to day conversations... ...
Nestled on the 28-mile curve of Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta has steadfastly held on to its character. Red tile roofs and rows of balconies, spilling over with colorful bougainvillea, still line its cobblestone streets. A pleasure for both the eye and the ...
... 8217;s a sunken tub in the concrete floor with a tiny bathroom behind a curtain. Mindy’s teacher had done a three-day retreat in that room and didn’t come out or see anyone. The alter had a variety of deities and a picture of Mindy’s father, the recently deceased potato salad king. But that’s another story.
So at 8:30 Anna, Andrea, April and Christina and I met at the ...
... and refreshing.
Our last stop of the day was Con Orgullo Azteca Candies, a family owned sweet shop in Avendia Juarez where we tried Leche (a sort of Mexican fudge) and cocitas (which tasted like coconut macaroons). Not only did we get to experience some of the food in Puerto Vallarta, but Lindsay also explained some of the history and culture of the town as we walked through the streets. Excellent little tour and right up there with the South Beach equivalent.