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... get our heads around what PV does have to offer and go from there.
Where we're staying saves us though. We're in a very traditional Mexican neighborhood where you only hear Spanish on the streets, the neighbors give you the "are you lost?" look and the streets are such broken uneven cobbles you can hardly walk them--makes driving nuts.
... a así que puedan tener las bebidas los adultos. Chloe y yo tuvimos las pinas coladas-no fueron asombrosas. Los adultos tuvieron Coronas y Pacíficos. Corona es suficiente con la sal y una lima. Meh. Volvimos y nos duchamos y fuimos a la ciudad para cenarnos y mirar vidrieras y mirar a la gente. La cosa que no me gusta es que más gente trata de vendernos las cosas que en Nueva York. Es molesto. Mañana tenemos 6 horas en el mediodía para hacer algo entre servir ...
... with other guest, plus more booze than ever but only once an early evening nap. One too many 'dirty monkey's." that round.
I enyoyed a game of golf, but we took it easy and never really counted our shots especially when we encounter the waterways being full of real life crocs. The staff failed to warn us but there are plenty of signs and the men we followed, gave us the heads up. Most of the crocs were about ...
... and relaxed, did some kayaking and tanned some more. On our way back to the marina we came across the different Panamerican Teams participating in sailing....we cheered on USA!! and did a few ranchero calls for Mexico (arriba arriba...ay yayay ya!) haha Im sure that pepped them up a bit, also it was fun doing it.
Jason and I have finally gotten our domestic partner rings...yes they are lovely...my Dad is so proud. He can't wait for actual wedding bands now.
... dinner, drinks and tip included.
Its all good
Before the Christmas season "officially" begins on December 16, day when the first Posada takes place, Mexicans join together for the festivities of La Virgen de Guadalupe, Our Lady of Guadalupe, on December 12. This is one of the most important dates in the Mexican calendar.
On this date, thousands of the faithful to Our Lady of Guadalupe, from all over ...