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Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta
... On the sea we crossed the Tropic of Cancer, so this is the furthest south I have ever been !!
We slept so well we missed the free breakfast so once off the ferry we had a cold drink across the road and said our farewells. They catch a bus tonight to continue their trip around the world. A great couple.
My first hour was spent trying to get out of Mazatlan but once ...
... my second blog entry in Spanish and this time, I didn't forget to put pictures! After breakfast, I finished my second cultural report on the use of the word "Chingar" and its derivatives and sent it to Enrique. Just before we left, I also sent an e-mail to Étienne Hubert (the French teacher) to let him know that I had ...
When we finally arrived after 2 hours and half, Jorge's father took us at the bus central and brought us back home. After our supper composed of seafood products only (don't forget! we don't eat meat during Lent!), we payed a visit to Jorge's grandparents, the parents of his father actually, Jorge ...
... and I had the opportunity to encounter some of Jorge's friends and ancient teachers, get a private tour of the school and watch games of basketball, soccer and volleyball between the school teams, los Azules and los Rojos. Afterwards, it was time to go back to Guadalajara to drive Dario to the airport where he had to take his flight back to Montreal to be able to be at school on Monday morning. After Dario has taken off, we went to Tacos ...
... pay me up front.” The taxi driver said to Valerie as he was swerving around cars and people like it was a deadly game of Frogger.
“What? Do you think I’m not going to pay you?” Valerie scoffed.
“Cheyss (yes)”. The taxi driver replied instantly, with absolutely no worry of offending Valerie. Having just left freezing weather in Colorado, I could already feel a bead or two of sweat that ...
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