Jr. Suites de Alba
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... Each is priced
separately, from a high of $220 pesos a kilo to $150 pesos a kilo. No matter
what, I pay 20 pesos less on anything I order, and if I am ordering fresh fish
I am diverted from one area of the stand to another, which I am guaranteed is
fish straight from the sea on that day. Be it shrimp or Red Snapper, or Mahi
Mahi, they peel the shrimp, scale and clean the fish, or fillet the Dorado to
my specifications, and it is always "Your ...
... the outskirts of town and into the jungles of the coastal mountain range. The cobblestone streets have been slowly disappearing, replaced by dirt ground up into fine dust by local residents and, of course ATVs. Our little group is rolling pretty good. Mom thinks her bike is a small Boss Hoss and cruises along. We finally get to the top of the mountain where we stop at a small rest spot. Everyone dismounts and we enjoy a nice lunch with choices including ...
... and his cheeks were flushed, suggesting to me that that wasn't his first cervesa. He sat down in the chair next to me and leaned it very close, too close in my opinion, and introduced himself as Henry. Henry was probably... 65, if I were to guess. He made a joke about me being on my phone. Asked me for my number so he could text me. It was clever, I'll give him that. We laughed. He didn't get up, so I set my phone down and began to carry on with some ...
... New Year (in bed by 11.30) but a good finish to 2011.
January 1, 2012
I wanted to try the place Lindsay recommended for breakfast yesterday - Freddy Tucan’s - which is across the river on Basilio Badillo. The place was packed with more people waiting on the street outside for a table, but I managed to get a stool at the bar. I ordered the Campesino (peasant or farm labourer) breakfast which consisted of 180 grams of arrachera (a type of beef flank or skirt steak ...
... br> Earlier that night Leo & Suzanne guided us to an unexplored part of town (to us, anyway), up a hill and far away. They'd found a perfect sunset spot alongside an abandoned house. The view was awesome! We could see Sayulita beach, Los Muertos, the river that runs through town and the expanse that is the jungle surrounding Sayulita. Hmmm I wonder how long we could squat there before getting evicted! The somewhat inebriated trek back through the jungle in total darkness ...