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... a sunset. Sickness, clouds, bad timing and forgetfulness have all conspired to keep me from witnessing one of earths most wondrous events. Pelicans and other smaller birds circle and dive again and again, catching their tasty dinner. Fisherman on the beach wade into the waves and toss their crude lines into the water, competing with the birds, children playing on the beach, couples strolling along the waters edge, borachos lying in the sand, singing happily. All part of ...
... to them. After several attempts, and trying to strike up some small
talk, they would find out that I was not there on vacation and I was living in Mexico,
they finally dropped me like a hot potato. It was not a comfortable experience.
I was glad to see them go.
The following day, I took the local buses up to Nuevo Vallarta to pick up Alyssa and Josh and we took another return bus to downtown PV. We had lunch and walked around ...
... local informed us that the world's most incredible sunset was in fact the warning signals for an impending hurricane coming from the south, which we had just been about to inadvertently drive right into the middle of. Perfect.
So Puerto Vallarta for the night it was to sit out a hurricane that never really ...
... had soaked the town and they had over 10 inches of rain the previous evening.
On the way to the first tequila factory (which was a very short drive away from the port) we drove by a local prison. It is called a “Rehabilitation Center” on the sign outside and according to our guide, there is a difference in Mexico between a prison and a “rehab” center. He said rehabilitation centers do not cost the taxpayers ...
... taking part in some of the activities they had and talking with other guests. We met some really nice folks. We went down several nights at 6 for the Owner's Reception when the owners gather for free drinks. It's one type, different every day of the week. Some of the people have been coming back for many years and a few have a connection of some sort to North Dakota that they share with us.
Another day we took the local buses to the Botannical ...
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