Vallarta Cora Hotel
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It's been a while since my last blog plost - daily life and the humdrum of normal life caught up with me and I decided to wait until I left Vallarta to try and sum up my experiences there. Returning from my Easter holidays I decided to throw my energies into creating an active couchsurfing group and set about organising meetups and events, bombarding local members with endless invitations and messages. Although I got very little back in the way of responses luck would have it that ...
... over and over in the streets. there was lots of laughter and carrying on. we ignored it for a while, but curiousity got the best of me. I stepped outside, only see a kid's birthday party in the street. Balloons everywhere and a pinata hanging from a tree over the street. The song the kids had been singing must have been the song they sing as they are blindfolded and turned in circles to hit the pinata.Needless to say, the pinata eventually got smashed open, candy everywhere ...
... The lady that worked there was from Canada as well. We talked with her for a while. The chocolate was not bad; Dave had piece of ginger covered in chocolate and Ann had a chili and a cinnamon truffle chocolate. Continuing on we stopped at a soap place that was also run by a couple she was from Canada he was from Mexico. They said that they could use our help in the store. New possibilities for retirement possibly?
We got back to the glass shop around six and bought some ...
... 20 Hwy. - hwy to Manzanillo), a small restaurant not far from Chico's Paradise, a popular spot for Zip lining activities.
Lunch was comical. As we got in, we were greeted by a waiter who explained they didn't have menus, just the one at the entrance. He showed us what the fresh meat would look like and took our order for drinks and the meals before we even sat down. I had chicken. Theresa had shrimp and our LA friends had this huge "try everything" ...
We're at a loss for words. After a few setbacks, we finally made it off the docks and started our 3,000 mile journey across the Pacific; the "Puddle Jump" as some people call it. 24-hours out and only about 70 miles from our original departure point, we decided to turn around and return to Mexico.
Where do we go from here? Do we check back in to the country after we had an episode clearing out ...