Los Cuatro Vientos Hotel
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... market is loaded with fresh fish that is
brought into the market daily by numerous trucks that are coming in from the seaports.
Please keep in mind that most of the restaurants and smaller markets and
butchers and fishmongers around the town are coming to this market to also pick
up their daily requirements of meat fish and fresh veggies.
Anyways there is an array of shrimp to choose from, ranging
from shrimp the size of lobster tails down to ...
... ship. I'm supposed to be the expert!
After gathering up our coscos, lentes and bandanas (helmets, googles & bandanas) we received our debriefing on operating the bikes and we were off. Min's parents on a bike, Min & Alan on a bike and me and Mom each on our own bikes, we headed up the cobblestone streets of old Puerto Vallarta. We leave the town and head into the mountains as the buildings and roadways become more dilapidated, perhaps rustic as we ...
... with my lifestyle I really don't get to see my own friends and family all that often, so I find I'd rather spend my time and energy enjoying them.
Perhaps I should re-think traveling alone. Haha. Because if you're not open to meet new people, it gets lonely. Even with easily accessible wifi.
So there I was, the anti-social girl sitting alone at the big table, texting a mile a minute, when a gentleman approached me. His white hair was gleaming in ...
... arrived at Bungalow Aurinko only to be given the same suite we made home a short two weeks prior.
Resettling into our rooms, we lounged in our familiar couches and hammocks we reminisced on times when it was the 4 amigos. Bellies somewhat screaming we visited the one and only pastor tacos stand after which I happily went to bed instead of playing card games with A and Ddog. ...
... and cream sauce. This was OK as well, but again nothing I haven’t had better in other places. I finished with Lobster Ravioli which was nowhere near as good as the equivalent dish served at GW Finns in New Orleans. The bill came to 615 pesos – quite a lot by Mexican standards and not good value for money.
The guide for the food tour was waiting for me at Mole Rosa’s in Aquiles Serdan when I arrived at 11am. Her name is Lindsay, a ...