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... and went out for a good pizza, dancing and – what you shouldn't miss while staying in Mexico - tequila. I had got a food poisoning since San Blas and was just about to recover. However, my stomach was still not totally fine. Pizza, tequila and food poisoning are a very bad combination by the way. The evening was funny though ;)
The night, however, was not. The next day sleeping, eating bananas and yogurt and sleeping was basically all I did. As a result, I felt much better ...
... for a while, we noticed that there was poop all over the floor. At first i thought it was from the baby so we told his parents... but it turns out that Alex had stepped in poop and was tracking it everywhere! Ooops!
On the walk home we saw some people doing Zumba in a school ground!
When we got home we all cooled off in the pool and then went up to the deck to watch the ...
... fruit and vege vendors open daily, it’s easy to eat fresh. Drinking is going just fine also. Alan is into the Modelo y Pacifico, and I have transitioned from red wine (which is expensive and poor quality) to the national drink – Tequila. No problemo. A little To-Kill-Ya, a little lime, a little sparkling water – aka, the skinny margarita!
The pounds are just melting off me. Ask Alan, or maybe not. Anyway, it’s ...
... town is unbelievable: you can get almost anything you desire including the common traveller staples of waffles, crepes, bacon and eggs, hamburgers, sandwiches, falafels, coffee, pizza through to the local foods such as meat tacos, burritos and quesadias. But the best food in town and local speciality to die for are the fish tacos. Seriously you all saw the pics of the fish tacos we had in Yelapa on the blue tortillas right? If not, go back and check out the pics… ...
... and venture out to Chacala - another similarly small town 45 minutes north of Sayulita. Accomplishing much of the same style of tanning, swimming, clearing our sinuses and eating, the 3 of us piled back into the sauna-like car to return to a very welcoming final communal shower party of 3.
Dave's departure left us feeling quiet, and seemingly made the town somewhat queter as well. In his honour, we had our first meal ...