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There are so many things going on at the beach. There are local folks who sell their wares all day long and always have a "it's nearly free today" attitude. The only thing I bought and bartered for (that was very fun!) were two sun hats. Otherwise, we just said "No Gracias" and they went on their way. There were folks walking; playing volleyball; jet skiing; sailing; hang gliding; parasailing; enjoying a ride on a banana boat; horseback riding.
... a stop light this guy was selling roses Bonnie was in the bathroom when we stopped so I just bought some from him and when she got back to her seat I gave them to her. Was she ever surprised. She did not know what to do with them until we got to the campground so I will post a pic of what she did. Bonnie's sister, Darlene is here for 6 weeks so have been having fun with her and her husband Paul. They rent a condo in the Marina area with a nice pool. Bonnie ...
Vaminos! A boat was waiting to take us from our cruise ship to Las Caletas Hideaway. This was once the private home of the famous film director John Hudson. Today, its a remote exclusive tropical beach hideaway, only accessible by boat. From start to finish, this was to be one of the best tours of our entire trip. We left around 8.30am. Transportation by boat took almost an hour, the journey being part of the experience. Finally, our destination draws near before us. Sandy beaches, ...
... to the male anatomy, but also cleaned out the treasures, kept on shuffling, and harking out ocean salt snot. After such intense manhandling of waves - since we "manhandled them right back" and trekking the jungle trail a snooze was in order, which just so happened to leave us with crispy red skin.
Returning through the same trail we came across a local Mexicano selling field strawberries and watermelon ...
... at the large outdoor amphitheater Los Arcos (the Arches). I stopped at a bar called Taza Blanco which occupies the first and second floors of a building that sits across from the Malecon’s large nativity scene. Once again, the place was empty but most of the tables had Reserved signs on them. I had a rum and coke (40 pesos) then ordered a Go Cup of the same and continued walking.
There were a few boats anchored just offshore, presumably private parties enjoying ...