Casa Del Puente
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... br> or pick up and are roughly covered by cloth or what ever till they are
delivered to the butcher's freezer. The other day I saw Rez being delivered by
a small 3 wheeled motorcycle contraption, and the meat lay in the back of the box,
which was configured on the bike. My butcher is Giovanni, and the stand is a
family run business, and I did business with his father the last times I was
here, and now I am friends with Giovanni, and although we do ...
... br> Friday April 4th
At sea. The temperature has droped down into the 50s so it is back to jackets thus getting us climatized for our journey home tomorrow. As of right now the suitcases are pretty well packed so will finish after supper. We get off the ship at 8am tomorrow and have to clear US customs before we board the bus to head for the airport. We are looking forward to getting home. Next communication will be from ...
... get all your socializing in. Sounds early, I know, but you'll be loving it when you can wake up before 10am, well-rested without almost any remnants of a hangover and not miss out on your routine morning exercise (which in my case is currently swimming laps... so easy on the joints!). Did I just say that? But seriously--I challenge any of you skeptics to try it for a month, even a week, and tell me you disagree. That waking up groggy and foggy about the previous night's ...
... so tomorrow we plan to visit Babylon (Puerto Vallarta) I know the town will be nice, but the tourists irritate me profoundly, as hardly any speak Spanish and prices are in US dollars,which I feel is immoral (said that before and i tell people,you know me).Sitting in the yacht club palapa,a Mexican just said 'hello' ,think he meant 'goodbye'.
Today we went into PV,but stopped at the Sunday market first,we bartered for two rugs and everyone was happy with ...
... gas pedal on their green light. In addition to risky turns, roads at the fork-off unexpectedly, forcing you to swerve back into traffic, all while a car can be turning towards you from the returno lane. Stop signs are often not seen, and if they are it is only by tourist drivers.
In towns, roads are all made of cobble stones, which as expected would bobble the shpenoozal out of your head. It didn't take long to get used to it, however sore the feet became, it was a ...