Villa La Estancia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We got up at four o'clock . My dad turned off the alarm and fell back to sleep. We were leaving by four. We forgot our bag and my gramma had to bring it to us. We had two flights and I fell asleep on one. When we got
to Mexico I got all sandy because I played on the beach in my regular clothes.
... shows up a short while later. The bill for a gianormous porter house, filet, rib eye and prime rib with all the sides, tax and tip was $56 US! And if you bring your own wine there is no corkage fee. One person we met later said he asked to buy a t-shirt and they apologized saying they weren’t for sale. Then they proceeded to give him one and refused payment!
On Thursday the kids decided they wanted to visit Old Town ...
... 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 ...
... Mexico's answer to a farmer's market indoors). We met some incredible people and hopefully lifelong friends, but hurricane season is looming and we want to be in our summer hurricane hole so we start getting the boat in order for the trip to Puerto Vallarta.
Our departure is delayed for almost a week due to storms being generated 500 to 1000 miles south of us... they were early, we were late. But we saw our weather window and paid ...
... Holy Night in Spanish of course!
After all the prayer is done, then it comes the party for the children. There will be a Piņata,(pronounce Pignata, for it has an ņ instead of an n), filled with peanuts in the shell, oranges, tangerines, sugar canes, and seldom wrapped hard candy. Of course, there will be other types of chants the children will sing while the child in turn is trying to break the Piņata with a stick while ...