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... as we say our
good byes, oh adios or ciao, whatever. Home to eat again.
In the center of the market along with my butcher sits 2
Fish Mongers, one is much larger than the other and both have people standing
out in the market enticing you to buy from this stand or the other, which are
across from each other and are only separated by about 4’ of aisle space. I use
the fishmonger to the left as you are leaving my butcher, or if you were ...
... goes my budgeted time for blogging. Still have work to do today, and probably will take a leisurely afternoon nap as well before Mom & Dad arrive and I whisk them out to meet Glen & Joe for slightly later happy hour.... We still should be able to be in bed by 10pm though. :) Adios! Oh, and by the way, Kaley's final margarita count was: 19 *bestie - bad teenage slang word for best friend that some adults have now picked up and are using in day to day conversations... ...
Nestled on the 28-mile curve of Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta has steadfastly held on to its character. Red tile roofs and rows of balconies, spilling over with colorful bougainvillea, still line its cobblestone streets. A pleasure for both the eye and the ...
... for us to stay and Villa Amor was not what we expected, in a good way. It was a 5 star 2 bedroom suite with its own pool and a view that was second to none! As soon as we got there our one night in Sayulita turned into two really fast! We settled into our suite, showered, and hit the town for some action. We grabbed some beers and walked around seeing what the town had to offer.... and it was a lot. We ended up finding some live ...
We walk the seafront at sunset and Ben tastes Chiles en Nogada (stuffed green pepper with a cream sauce and pomegranite seeds). The shops are filled with amazing sculptures and other creations from indigenous villages such as Katrina skeletons and decorated skulls. We also spend some time walking the white sandy beaches and get harrassed by stangely courteous ...