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Sunday was moving day from a condo on the 14th floor to one on the 15th floor. Even tho this one was a one bedroom with two beds, it was so much more light and airy. This move was to help out two separate owners and bridging gaps in their units being rented. We received a huge discount for doing this!
We stored out suitcases and three small bags of food/ water bottles with the Bell Men and spent the afternoon on the beach and having a snack at the ...
thought I had better let everyone know where we are at. We have been in Puerto Vallarta for just about 2 weeks now. As we were heading for PV it was about noon when we past through this little village. They had Pollo [chicken] on the grill on the side of the road. I just pulled over and Bonnie talked to the guy and he gave us a whole chicken and all the fixins 80 pesos Life is good in Mexico.. On the way into town, it was Valentines day and along side the ...
... be as perfect a situation as I imagine it to be, who knows what's next for me. Maybe I won't be coming home. Or, perhaps more realistically, maybe this will lead to a major purchase south of the border, and to this girl becoming one of the youngest snowbirds Alberta has ever known.
But I'm getting ahead of myself.
First, I have to get there.
I think I'll have a glass of wine. Maybe if I get the butterflies drunk, they'll calm the hell ...
... Later today we will go to the beach,
visit, relax, read, rest, swim, etc..
We have had our coffee and fruit salad,
and now its time for pancakes, so I'll let you get back to your
coffee and I'll start the pancakes. We hope to have a little visit
today with Umberto, a friend from Canada, Roland's dad who is staying
here. It's sure a small world
All for now,
... 8211; two Margaritas for 25 pesos, or $1 each! Read on the veranda then walked along the beach until the bars ran out and found a place called walked back to a bar called Fedicio’s next to a little arched bridge which had a great view of the bay and the mountains to the south and looked to be the perfect place to take some photos of the sunset.
Sunset was still 30 minutes away so I ordered a Tequila Sunrise and sat at a table on the sand a read some more ...