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... slope...on First Gear offcourse...It was then a rolller coaster ride..Up Down ..Up...Down...Up....Dheere dheere....we reached a point where onse side it was jungle and one side small valley..Thoda control loose ho to Raam Naam Satya Hai....
Ubad Khabad raste pe dheere dheere badte gaye..then at a point, sab dheere dheere do bade fattaron ke upar se badi diffculty se aage bade.. i was the last rider now....i thought akar speed badhounga to jaldi aage bad ...
Again, sorry for the delay here...I forgot to post this months ago!!
I was luck enough to go to Puerto Vallarta after my Dreamforce Conference in San Francisco in September 2012. I was in Mexico to meet the rest of the Lighthouse team (all the other people around the world in my company who do the job I do).
Flying in from San Francisco with a few others, we grabbed a taxi and headed to the hotel where we met the others as they flew in. What ...
... American lady who has been living in PV for three years now. There was only one other person on the tour – another US expat called Marcella – which was bad for Lindsay but great for Marcella and I as the three of us walked through the streets of Centro and the old town chatting, eating and drinking. It was more like going out with friends then being on an excursion.
Our first tasting was at the place we met. Mole Rosa as the name suggests specialises in ...
Gray and overcast but still a day to stroll the Malecon...sand sculpturers had been chased away by the city but have returned to do their beautiful work, supported only by propinas(tips). I had forgotten about the rock guy who hefts small boulders into perfectly balanced art pieces. Then a Sunday dinner at Pipi's with their amazing guacamole and margaritas.
... but not this one. It is amazing with the bright red head which looks unreal. The picture does not do it justice but will give you an idea of what it looks like. On the return to P V it was necessary to jump out of the boat into shallow water on the beach. I misjudged and ended up sinking to my knees and soaking my trousers. They were dripping most of the way home. Another day we took a bus inland to El Tuito, a much older town than Puerto Vallarta. There was not a lot to see ...
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