Raintrees Villa Vera Puerto Vallarta
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... Winnie arrives for a week. She will have a few days here in PV then move with us to SMA for the remainder of her visit before flying home via Mexico City. Somewhere in the middle of all this Sherry & Marshall arrive to warm up from another Arctic Vortices before heading to SMA for two months. Fortunately they will not be staying with us, not that we don't love them, theres just no room at the inn, unless ...
... goes my budgeted time for blogging. Still have work to do today, and probably will take a leisurely afternoon nap as well before Mom & Dad arrive and I whisk them out to meet Glen & Joe for slightly later happy hour.... We still should be able to be in bed by 10pm though. :) Adios! Oh, and by the way, Kaley's final margarita count was: 19 *bestie - bad teenage slang word for best friend that some adults have now picked up and are using in day to day conversations... ...
... the remnants of my drink onto the bridge and taking multiple shots of the sun setting, none of which looked particularly stunning.
I ordered a Go Cup of Cuba Libre (basically rum and coke with lime) and walked back to Anuale. Happy Hour had finished but I bought a mango Daiquiri for 40 pesos and drank it on the balcony and read some more. I wanted to have dinner at one of the places on the food map but they all had people lining up to get into them so even though they ...
... and cuddly creatures. Almost every kid would like to have one as a pet. I show Mai the picture… and quickly take it away when I see the look of disgust on her face. Oh well, the truth is the truth: I have to know. So I show the picture to the houseboy. He laughs openly this time: no, no. Cuisa is like an iguana but much smaller. I lookup the Spanish word for gecko, and here it comes: cuiza with a “z”.
I feel really good as I tell Mai the news. Geckos ...
... very few people and the town is beautiful in its own right and we understand that there is a lake just outside of town and one of my photo shows presents a round sign that I believe is a label of the lake. I truly would like to take a day and go out to the town and valley and stay overnight. We did see some lovely little hotels which although basic would be clean and inviting. We stop at the Pemex at the far end of town to drain our bladders and take ...