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... on. A small branch crashed onto our roof but we sustained no damage. All we had to do was sweep off the roof and the patio and wait for things to dry off. During our long walks we saw that several streets were completely flooded and took several days to dry up.
Back in Melaque, our caravan experienced some real excitement during the storm. They had much more rain than we did. The lagoon beside the RV park flooded ...
... a flying cow. Had to be good. We blended in with the crowd for a bit, and then were escorted to a crows-nest table overlooking the whole bar. It turned out Renee, the girl from our hostel, had gotten us a table up there, and had also ordered a margarita that would intoxicate a small village. Cool. We were all up the little ladder, sipping the massive margarita, dancing, doing Jaeger-bombs...and then Menna was gone. I looked around (which ...
... patio umbrellas that are primarily there to block the sun. On this Sunday they were pressed into service to block the rain. Some folks left early and we were able to finish watching the game under the thatched palapa roof where it was nice and dry.
We have fallen in love with La Cruz. It is a funky little town that has most everything you need, and like everywhere we have been, phenomenally friendly locals. We feel 100% safe wandering ...
Slightly disappointed, and hoping this wouldn’t be the case for all hostels (especially on a Saturday night) I just went out for a walk along the Malecon myself, stopping for a lovely Jason Sausage and Chips (aka Salchipapas).
In case you were wondering (you probably weren’t), the Jason Sausage originates from a guy from high school called Jason, who any time you would visit his house, you could be sure of getting some sausages which can only ...
... and that my life is as smooth as silk..
Just to give you an idea of the world that I am living in - many people (actually some people) leave San Miguel and go to warmer places in the January to March period because it is too cold for them. It is about plus 25 to 30 degrees during the day - but it goes down to about 5 degrees at nite... And they want to get away from the cold,.....
Puerto Vallarta is 5 or 6 times bigger than San ...