Hacienda Cora Golf & Spa
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We stayed at a campground right off the beach in Sayulita Mexico. It was a beautiful site, except for the biker rally on the beach beside us. They were fine actually and the band wasn't bad to listen to. The roar of their bikes was a tad annoying.
Sayulita is a nice little town, with lots of tourism in the high season.
We wondered around, had supper on the street at a ...
Again morning as usual except Dave did not get any chairs set aside as we are going to the city today; shopping. After breakfast we got a taxi and headed to the glass shop. We were asked to pick up some glass for Ann's aunt. The glass store has lots of different glass patterns so we got the right one had them pack it up and said we would be back later to pick it up. No need to carry it all over Puerto Vallarta.
We walked from the glass shop towards the Boardwalk shopping ...
... is what gives it such heat. We were shown what an Agave "Pineapple" looks like, how they cook it in a huge hot fire, when its done cooking, they pull it all apart and put it in this ring where they have a mule pull a big stone that crushes the juices out of the agave pineapple. The juice is then drained in a small hole where they have a holding reservoir. The juices and the mulch then sit in huge barrels for upwards of 8 days and they naturally ferment. Pretty ...
... if they have been here since the sixties and Jim felt out of place with his short hair and (relatively) clean shaven chin, although of course we are the right age. Jim carried 2 bags up the hill for a lady returning from 4 days in Puerta Vallarta where she had had to go to get her computer repaired. She told us a little about Yelapa as we walked. She is staying at Oasis, which has a couple of different types of cabanas and she was staying for 6 months in a “yome”, which, ...
... their stock with weekly trips to the markets of Guadalajara, and do a pretty good business. Pati is friends with Cisco's mom. Carol and Paulina are her youngest daughters, beautiful, big-breasted twins. Paulina is the party girl and lives in Guadalajara, while Carol is more athletic and domestic and lives with her son and her mother in a real nice house on the edge of town. We went over there for an evening of dominoes and amiability, and made plans for future ...
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