Casa de Las Palapas
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... about The Road; there is this slow slog through the first month, then after that time speeds up. You look up one day from your kindle on the beach and realize you’ve been gone for 3 months. Three months? Might as well be 4. After all, these days I have the luxury of having my grown kid living in my house to oversee and make sure nothing goes terribly wrong. I couldn’t do this otherwise.
And with just a few weeks left before a ...
After finally arriving in downtown Puerto Vallarta, we stopped for tacos and margaritas right along the boardwalk, where everyone spoke English relatively proficiently. The beach and cobblestone setting made for a romantic stroll, and everyone appeared to be in a delightful mood, embodying the simple pleasures on which Mexicans get by. We ventured off onto one of the side streets, where I felt like I had finally seen the real Mexico. Everything looked ...
... if you like good tequila and/or you like margaritas, go to Wal-Mart in Mexico!
We got back to our room and stayed inside… it was hottttt outside and we had already walked to Wal-Mart in the blazing sun. Stepping on the boat was like stepping into a freezer, it felt that cold! It also felt wonderful!
So, to wrap-up today... The Tequila Factories tour was AWESOME!! LUVED IT!! I liked our day in Puerto Vallarta!
... was that I broke my record of never being in a hospital as a patient other than when the girls were born....guess having that record for 60 years is pretty darn good anyway!
I wasn't ready to leave Mexico behind but knowing that we were going back to a warm climate in AZ rather than a cold one in ND made it easier. We flew from Puerto Vallarta to Denver, then to Phoenix. Larry, a nice guy from Meridian Park, picked us up and brought us back to the camper. ...
... in the same way trainee wizards are ejected out of fireplaces when they first use the magic transportation system in Harry Potter stories. The drivers are very patient and helpful and so far I have never seen them be anything other than pleasant and cheerful. If they see people coming, they wait, if you stick you arm out anywhere on the road they stop and I have even seen them reverse to collect a passenger! People often climb aboard to “busk”. Some are better than ...