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... house, emptied the fridge, left instructions for a friend who is cat sitting until my daughter gets home, put my truck on a trickle charger and packed/repacked/packed/repacked at least 100 times.
Now, it is time to go.
Tomorrow we will be in Mexico.
January 18, 2014
Three-fifty in the darkness before dawn comes altogether too early in the morning. Trying to go to sleep at 10pm last night was useless and I ...
... of it cancelling my card, requesting a new one, sorting out where it would go and how I would pick it up in Mexico. An amazing meal of marlin taquitos and a bottle of Pacifico (Mexican lager) made the end of the day a good one. On the Wednesday, ...
... It was fun listening to how excited he was. Our stewardess (Alicia) was great. She kept returning to chat and at the end of the fight gave each of us a bottle of champagne to take away. I never drank my bottle; I ended up giving it to a barista (Rommel) at a local café that we went to each day for lunch.
It has been several years since I've been to Puerto Vallarta and I was amazed at ...
... here in Mey-hee-co Señor, chu come see Javiér. Beeg dinero to be made, Señor.” I shook his hand and left. Two kids outside on his stoop were playing with Pogs, that old game where you slam down a circular object (about the size of an old silver dollar) onto another circular object (about the size of a 50-cent piece) with the aim of accruing points.
“Kids still play with those?” I looked over in disbelief at Joanna with raised ...
... stopped twice to ask for directions but eventually managed to find the “depot” where one bus was parked. I can't imagine a driver in England doing that. We thanked him and jumped off, only to find we had missed the morning bus by 10 minutes and the next one was at 2.30 pm (it was 9.30am, there are only 3 buses a day to San Sebastian). So we changed our plan and decided to go to the seaside town of San Francisco instead, which was not very far away. This required 2 buses ...