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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... uninterested in him in that way, and that I was a lesbian through and through. His response was that I had not met the right man to make love to me softly and passionatly as he would, I still continued to deny his advances, without concern that I would be disrespected in any way. We finished the six pack and got another one, a very cool, and beautiful night, all of us seemingly having fun and laughing and joking and just enjoying ourselves. ...
... docile. Which I guess would be a nice way of saying they are way too lazy to do anything but lay in the road, get in the way and occasionally lick their dusty balls. However, every now and then when I'm biking one will drum up the energy to pretend that instead of ball-licking, today he's really more into chewing my leg off, and will start barking hysterically and racing along next to me. I was quite pleased with myself the ...
... options. Luckily I had done my research and asked if we could travel to Tepic then get on a connecting bus to Puerto Vallarta. No problems they say, it leaves in 15 minutes! We decide this is a cruisier ride anyway as it is 2 buses for 4 hours each and a 30 minute break in between. Plus Tepic was enjoyable enough to pass through. We try to bargain for a discount for ...
... not be horns, or a head, or legs or a tail, or padding, and only a rough piece of re-bar to hang on to, but other than that you'll swear you just joined the PBR circuit. Although this might actually be better - no gay clowns. Because those will be at our next stop - El Rodeo! Join hundreds of thrilled revelers drinking, singing and doing the rumba in the back row with girls in tight jeans and plenty ...
... it was audaciously tickling their private parts. Cam and I also did a bit of golfing, first playing a couple rounds at El Campo en Sueno, a tiny little par-3 course just south of La Penita, that doesn't cost much, doesn't require advance tee times and has an enjoyably jovial, laid-back atmosphere. Unfortunately, the very low caliber of play and tightly intertwined layout combine to make playing without a helmet about as safe as ...