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... br> into the market from the street it would be the smaller stand on the right.
Now Anthony, my fishmonger is always waiting for me with a
smile and his extended smelly fish hand as I walk though the markets inner
court. I get a special deal from Anthony always. We get a kilo of lovely sized
shrimp for $160 pesos, and after the sale Anthony takes them and peels all of
the shells off for us. We first bought shrimps the size of lobster tails on ...
"Now who's at the door?". Mom motions me to resolve the issue and I open it to greet Boomer who says, "We're ready. Let's go." From her beauty bar located just around the corner, she gives me a stern glare, then says, "Hi guys. What's going on? Al, let's go. Where's your shoes?"
It's a little after 8am and the boat doesn't dock until 11. What's up? Apparently, they spoke with some crew member who said that the ship might dock earlier, maybe 10am. Now they had ...
Trying to find my groove down here. My first 24 hours have gone alright. I managed to connect to wifi at the ground floor restaurant of my parents condo today (where I'm currently residing), so that broke up the solitude in which I spent my first evening. Well, mostly solitude. At about 8pm I suddenly realized how hungry I was, having eaten only an airport breakfast that day, hours earlier. And of course there was no food at the condo (the grocery store trip has ...
... and listened to that for a bit and called it a night. It had been a long ride and tomorrow was going to be a nice chill day on the beach. 15th We walked into town and got a nice breakfast and some good coffee "the real stuff". Got the bathing suits on and grabbed some sun and walked the beach. The water was really nice and I did an hour of body surfing that tired me out. I went back to the villa and spent some time updating this blog. Both ...
... 60's. And so now starts our all see 'seafood' food and eat diet for the next 3 weeks...oh and bring on the cervezas too! So this first week was spent getting into the Mexican pace, being laid back on the beach, soaking up the rays, people watching, and saying 'no gracias' to the many vendors. :) Also caught up with our old friends Rami and Larissa who are running a hotel here in Punta de Mita, where we are going to stay at for our last ...