Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... about The Road; there is this slow slog through the first month, then after that time speeds up. You look up one day from your kindle on the beach and realize you’ve been gone for 3 months. Three months? Might as well be 4. After all, these days I have the luxury of having my grown kid living in my house to oversee and make sure nothing goes terribly wrong. I couldn’t do this otherwise.
And with just a few weeks left before a ...
After finally arriving in downtown Puerto Vallarta, we stopped for tacos and margaritas right along the boardwalk, where everyone spoke English relatively proficiently. The beach and cobblestone setting made for a romantic stroll, and everyone appeared to be in a delightful mood, embodying the simple pleasures on which Mexicans get by. We ventured off onto one of the side streets, where I felt like I had finally seen the real Mexico. Everything looked ...
... if you like good tequila and/or you like margaritas, go to Wal-Mart in Mexico!
We got back to our room and stayed inside… it was hottttt outside and we had already walked to Wal-Mart in the blazing sun. Stepping on the boat was like stepping into a freezer, it felt that cold! It also felt wonderful!
So, to wrap-up today... The Tequila Factories tour was AWESOME!! LUVED IT!! I liked our day in Puerto Vallarta!
... seemingly nice, exploring the rocks and catching crabs and they both introduced themselves to me and asked me several questions, the usual, where are you from and what are you doing here. Then questions got a bit more personal in nature, as to my age, my marital status, and where I am staying while in town. They really seemed like nice guys, they were from Mexico city, and where pretty funny and nice to talk with. I caught a fish! I caught ...
... us a lot. Our friend John has Parkinsons, but is one of the funniest guys I have met, in his own subtle way, with a little jab here and there, and a **** it all attitude. He is also a pretty good drinking buddy, and introduced me to Quatro Cientos, the little Mexican bar in Jarreteras, including the gang that meet every Saturday to shoot the ****, drink a case or two of Pacificos and **** off our host Mexicans by playing John Denver tunes. But everyone still laughs, and when I go ...
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