Los Quatro Vientos
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What a day when we woke up to the beautiful blue skies. It is getting cooler now. And, we are not liking it. Almost time for a hoodie. We were in a very small port with some pleasure boats not too far away. Vallarta is a grown up city with lots of tall buildings, modern roads, lots of people.
We had a quick breakfast so that we could head down to meet our tour. We took the City Highlights along with ...
... colors of the flumes but their rhythm as
well. It was like watching an Aztec street dance minus the boobs
and the bums. With that, it was a series of click, click, click
from my camera. Sometimes I would switch between taking video and
still shots because I did not want to miss the “real action”.
About a dozen bronze sculptures were present and strategically
located at the Malecon for everyone to admire. A few are ...
... chips with salsa and guacamole. Dave had two chicken quesadillas. The rest of the day was spent reading in the sun, walking the beach, looking for shells or relaxing.
Late in the afternoon when we usually go to a pool; we decided to try the infinity pool. It is adults only but always full; there are no chairs available. We decided to try a swim without having a chair. the pool was nice but the people were different. There were ...
... is like highschool) is extra. Grades go from Kindergarten to Grade 9. They go in shifts. The first classes are 8 am - 1pm and the second shift is from 2 pm - 7 pm. It's weird. Have to say. The kids in their uniforms, ADORABLE!
We stopped at the Church (The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe)) and sadly but fortunately there was an English mass being held. It was BEAUTIFUL, as a Catholic by birth, I was in awe ...
... keep the following in mind (sorry if it is repetitive)
- drug related crime is not targeting tourists
- think realistic - why would drug lords be on the train?? there's federal police on the train, too, so unless they are really stupid, they keep away
- most of the crime is around the boarder areas (and on both sides of the boarder!!), and the Canyon is still a couple of hours away from the boarder...