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... so that she did not eat it all. It was now time to go to the gate to get ready to board the plane.
Ann picked up some water and snacks while I picked us up a coffee from Starbucks. We boarded the plane and really started to looks forward to our time in Mexico. When we selected our seats we took seats A and C leaving B between us empty,hoping it would stay that way for the flight. The agent in Grande Praire said ...
7 years ago I moved Puerto Vallarta and began work as a primary school teacher. I had never taught children before, had a 1 month training certificate to rely on and 40 eager minds to "mould".
The experience would change my life.
During my 2 years at the school I realised that being a teacher was what I wanted to pursue as a career and I made the decision to return to the UK to train and qualify as a primary school teacher in Cambridge.
Almost 5 years later ...
... and hopped on the bus to Vallarta Adventures. We were brought to a beautiful property where us sea lion people were taken onto a small boat for a one minute ride to the other side of the property. We rode past about 30 Brown Pelicans lounging in the trees near the water! Once we arrived on site we met our trainer and jumped in the pool with him and a female South American Sea Lion who swam against our stomachs as we pet her and learned about ...
... downtown area being hassled every 30 meters with menus to restaurants and every handcrafted pipe ever made in Mexico. Being girls, every stalls and every restaurant you go to or walk past you are pestered with the same question. " You got a boyfriend señorita? You want a Mexican boyfriend? Thanks for the offer but ill pass! After 6 weeks of being in Canada and no attention from any half descent guys we have had more comments and looks from locals seeking foreign girlfriend in ...
... cold Corona's and at least a few toasts of the most special tequila either one of us has ever tasted (Eva has some secret stash that is to die for!).
So we are indeed surviving the heat here in La Cruz, tucked away like moles in our floating, air conditioned castle by the sea. Almost each and every night there are thunder shows lighting up the sky in the most beautiful and terrifying way. The fear ...
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