Hotel Suites la Siesta
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... are great and a key element to memory but they are meaningless if you don't remember the thousand words they are worth. Journal, video, keep mementos, write things down. You might resist this idea but years down the road you will never regret giving up that hour (or two) of sleep each night of your trip to memorialize your day. I started my first travel journal on our honeymoon and little did I know that just around the corner would be the boom of the Internet and that ...
... usual tons of twisties, it was a good ride. Rob was still in town so we got together a few times with a few other friends and co-workers. Good times, shame about the ****** Super Bowl though. We did a day trip to Sayulita where I got a nasty and really painful sting from a jellyfish. Burned like hell for a good couple of hours. Bummer because I was thinking of going there to hang out ...
... restaurants, stores, pharmacies and houses were
very Mexican and nothing like the places down the road. BUT, the people and
vendors did not bother us. They were not haunting us like they did in town.
Polite beunos dias and passa-le’s were the common greetings, no pressure sales
tactics or annoying questions. We did not feel pressured and were not stressed
I had been to PV in the past, for short one week vacations, but ...
... but vegetarian food, yoga and Ayurvedic treatments.
3:45am I am up and happily on my way to the airport, had breakfast, bacon and eggs, I figured would be my last meat and fried eggs for sometime. There I was waiting for the plane and they announced that the flight was delayed and I would miss my connection with April by five minutes. I was certainly not anywhere near serene at this point. Ok, they ...
... to catch up on!
We seldom party all night but some people do. We know because we can hear, loud and clear! Our apartment is one road from the main plaza where most of the bars and restaurants are. We can only go to sleep when everyone else does. It's usually around 2am that the music stops. That's the routine we've needed to adjust to, for the sake of our sanity!
We've made some friends since we've been in town. Many ...