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Travel Blogs from Puerto Aventuras
... profits. I bought an awesome blanket that is all different colours. I suck at bartering...in the store I was told a certain price and I was going to ask for it to be less at the till, but at the till they asked for more so I ended up bartering down to the original price I was told. LOL. But it was a reasonable price anyway, so I'll probably live.
We got home and got to hear about the Kindlein's adventures swimming with the dolphins :)
... dining. There was pretty mood lighting and iridescent tablecloth for us. The dinner included a bottle of wine, some delicious potato soup, shrimp for me and fillet mignon for Vince and dessert. Vince got flan, I got cheesecake. I was full after the soup, but managed to eat some shrimp and cheesecake.
Now we both have the itis and must go to bed. Tomorrow will be the captain quickie adventure bright and early!
... enjoy the free tastings they offer, however it was not to be. So instead the afternoon was left to more sunning and swimming. Oh it's a tough life!
Again another amazing meal up the road with more local specialities like Baja Fish and more Cerviche!
Our final day again, restricted by Jane's injuries a bit, was a day of drinking, eating and swimming with definately the BEST FISH TACOS EVER for dinner.
... to do some teaching stuff again, but hard because they dont speak all that much english. We then went out for lunch at an in home restaurant and it was so good! In the afternoon we helped with the recycling of the town by collecting the recycling bins around town and crushing the bottles. I have never seen so many coke bottles in my life! It was a great day, but a long ride home.
Then on Friday I started doing some ...
... would belive it was one of their gods talking back to them.
WE checked out the playing field, where the winning team’s capitan would be decapitated when they won. At first, it was thought to be a killing game, then they found out it was a "Religious" game, where the winning team’s blood was pure enough to be able to be a sacrifice and help repopulate (not the correct word, but it works) the earth for food. The Mayan’s had 4 gods, one for each element. ...