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... at this point of our vacation. We can hear the mexican workers next door singing along to traditional tunes, there is a light breeze in our casa, with the fans moving a little cooling air around; Linda reads and I write this journal. We may go to the beach one more time, maybe snorkel off the rocks. Soon it will be evening, the fishermen will have finished jigging for their bait and will be heading out of the bay to once again ...
... delicious food, art projects … Micah, Zola, and Jasmine played together like they had been best friends forever. On Sunday, March 24, Leone and Vin (Leah’s mom and step-dad), arrived for an overlapping visit. A big highlight for all of us was a cooking class given to us by our friend and celebrated chef Alejandro Ruiz. We spent the morning with Alejandro coming up with a menu and buying all of the ingredients at the bustling ...
... The staff at Pan de Miel were extremely helpful in contacting Los Flamingos and exploring the options for getting it to us, but in the end it was better not to try to get it sent to Mazunte but to contact Mateo to ask him to go and collect it from Los Flamingos and take to Mexico City so Alex could pick it up on her way through.
Except for going out for dinner, she didn't leave Pan de Miel the whole time. Great.
Of course, one of the principal reasons for wanting ...
... to the rest of the beaches. It's much busier with lots of restaurants on the beach. All of these little beach towns have the most amazing graffit on the walls of the lane ways. Honestly some of the work is amazing. That night night we hit Zicatella for dinner at about 10:30 (normal time for Mexico) and then did a bit of a bar hop from Bar Fly in town to Guadua in La Punta. Guadua is the Sunday hangout in Puerto, doesn't kick of untill 11pm, and is managed by ...
... whiplash – head-bang – brace – whiplash and so on. Bloody exhausting! And the disappointing part with all that exercise…you know, abdominal work outs for a solid two and a half hours…no soddin’ six pack at the end to show for all that effort. Life can be so unfair!
So you can imagine my reaction at journey’s end when the driver ask for a tip…well, actually I was impressed that despite his lack of consideration ...