Suites Plaza Del Rio
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... we encounter every morning that bark, sniff and growl off their rooftops, or chase us along the streets on our way to the Market. This is the country of the dog. Whether they are looked after and kept inside, like we keep our pets, looked after but allowed to roam the streets day and night, or just street dogs as many of them turn out to be, they are everywhere. Everywhere means you had better be attentive to where you are stepping, as what they leave behind is also everywhere. Some ...
... we drove to Sayulita, a further 20 minutes up the road than Bucerias. Nina and I had been there last year. What can I say. It's a surfing town. It looks like a hippy town from the 60s. It's straight from central casting. I love it. If I get the chance I would like to go back and photograph it, perhaps I'll go with Marshall before we all go to SMA. As it was we spent a loverly afternoon on the beach watching ...
... were pleasant, and the
experience was delightful. No problemos with lost luggage or boarding.
Puerto Vallarta airport is just as small as Gudalajara’s
airport. This is surprising for me since both cities are fairly large and busy.
But, the airport was not busy and clogged up like I have seen in other parts of
the world. Americans and tourists could be seen everywhere. Yes, we still stick
out like a sore thumb, and still, ...
... inability to take notes due to my intoxication I would've gladly scribbled the main points.
The giggles encouraged more silliness that lead to drinking card games. Adog, the card game ring leader introduced us to a modified kings cup as well as the bowl game. for hours we sat at our family table making memories. Quotes from the evening included:
-"I want something in between my thighs" - Adog
-"I like you even more now that I know you have soft elbows" and ...
... 8211; two Margaritas for 25 pesos, or $1 each! Read on the veranda then walked along the beach until the bars ran out and found a place called walked back to a bar called Fedicio’s next to a little arched bridge which had a great view of the bay and the mountains to the south and looked to be the perfect place to take some photos of the sunset.
Sunset was still 30 minutes away so I ordered a Tequila Sunrise and sat at a table on the sand a read some more ...