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... There were five buses packed with the passengers.
We were on a very good bus with an excellent guide. She had told us about life here in Vallarta. Minimum wage here is $5.50 for 8 hours of work, not $5.50 an hour. They work hard. Bus transportation is $.60 to take you most places. The buses do have schedules, they just come and go. Mexico is very relaxed in their life style. We sort of like it here in ...
and from there we went to the small market near the dock. It was
filled with all kinds of vendors selling silver trinkets, pottery,
leather, and woven goods. There were lots of charming things to look
The entrance to the port now had become crowded. Bus loads of ship passengers were now being dropped off from their day tours. Local people sat and stared,
waiting for the sun to set. The cloud was a deep purple haze and ...
... routine of work, keeping house and other community committments.
I realised back in 2005 when I moved to BC to fullfill my dream of living near the mountains and ocean, that anything you dream and put your mind to can happen. I met Karen, a wonderful, funny, brilliant and mature women who knew her path in life and was willing to share it with me. She has taught me to laugh and be playful, which is such a nice change ...
Before actually writing up the trip, I'd like to add some comments about it....
Copper Canyon has always been a trip I wanted to do in Mexico. I am fortunate enough to have travelled quite a bit in this wonderful country, but by far haven't seen all the "must-see-sights", that according to some include Oaxaca and Guanajuato, Puerto Escondido and San Cristobal.
But, to me mountains and nature have a ...
... Just two"
- "Ok, I'll pick you up. I drive a red motorbike". He hangs up.
I've seen up to 5 people on a single scooter in Vietnam but I'm not quite ready for this kind of ride, at least not without a few shots of Tequila. Rene appears, driving a quad ATV. Sigh of relief until I see the tiny passenger seat. "I can take one in the front and ...