Casa Del Puente
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There are also 3 vegetable stands, a tortilla maker, plus
around 8 other little grocery item stores. These three stands are the east side
of the market and are directly on the street, and there is always trucks lined
up either delivering fresh product, or trucks picking up to make deliveries, or
just trucks and cars collecting the daily requirements of the many restaurants
in PV. Each stand has between 5 and 15 employees who are busy filling ...
... nachos, quesadillas, etc. We sat in the jungle adjacent to a waterfall flowing into a clear pool of cool water. Several people went for a swim since it was a hot and dusty ride up to this location, Min and Boomer included.
Then we joined in for a tequila tasting party, sampling persimmon, chocolate, anejo, almond and coconut among others. I'm not buying anything but Mom made a purchase. After that, we headed back on our bikes, stopping on top of a hill ...
... Where are you from? How long are you here? Is this your first time? Are you enjoying yourself? Of course there was my favorite question: Why is a girl like you traveling by yourself?
It's fine. It's just all so predictable.
Anyway, next thing I knew, three women probably around the age of 60 all sat down at my table as well. Henry seemed to know the one of them, the drunkest one, waving her arms about in her bright patterned blue ...
... try our best to see them again!
We also bid a fond farewell to Mario, aka Duende (our landlord) and his 4 chihuahuas (you may recall that one is the love child of the star of Beverley Hills Chihuahua). It was during our goodbyes in our bungalow that we spotted whales in the bay, spurting water. What a send-off!
With our backpacks back on the backs of us backpackers, we were ready to hit the road again. Kindly one of Duende's workers dropped us at the ...
... the '40s and it was really expensive”. I bet it was, I didn’t even know that wind turbines existed back then. We realize that Mollie has seen a lot of amazing things in her life. It would be great to collect more of these nuggets that paint a vivid picture of a past that seems so far away for us. Unfortunately our growling stomachs remind us that it’s getting late and we need to get dinner. Mollie gives us cards for ...