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... all the families with youngsters hang out. There was always music playing and some sort of organized activity going on replete with an emcee and microphone. As you may have guessed, we preferred the quieter of the two.
Yacht clubs can have a reputation for being snooty. That reputation surely did not come from the Vallarta Yacht Club. Anybody that belongs to it, or another yacht club, is welcome. They aren’t picky! The ...
... As with most Mexican towns, the Church is very important. San Sebastian is no different. Their church was originally built in 1608 and is quite spectacular especially when you consider the population of the town. Another standard feature of Mexican towns is the square, or plazuela. They seem to be located close to the church in what is, or at least what was, the center of the town. The rest of the town is made up of homes, ...
... mega-huge grocery store) to do a bit of shopping and more importantly to replenish our supply of pesos. The rain and clouds lasted for a week and we got a bit more than 5 inches of rain. Not bad considering the person keeping track said there is no record of ever getting rain in December here. Global climate change?
Friday night in La Cruz was the fresh veggie market. This occurs at the warehouse of the local produce distributor. Warehouse ...
... 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 ...
... Ginger in case lightening is a prolonged issue.
We haven't taken our shade tarps down yet, even though it's overcast. We think they will help with some rain protection and if it doesn't work out, they can be taken down quickly.
The temperature is about 86 but the humidity makes it feel more like 95. There is a light breeze that fails to completely refresh but will ...
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