La Terraza Inn
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... is where a plethora of fresh fruits and veggies meets my
eyes. I prefer this stand over the others as it is midsized, there is a very
pretty young lady at the cash, and she loves Ford as does the owner, probably
her brother, and she shows me the price on her computer screen and will even
give me a copy of the bill. I never feel as I have been taken advantage of, and
actually feel that I am being given preferential pricing.
We keep a basket ...
... else that was walking. We felt special. It was after 7pm when we boarded so everyone returned to their staterooms, showered off all the dust and changed clothes and ate at the buffet since we were too late for the fancy dinner. Then out to the pool party for some line dancing, Congo dancing and just plain dancing. Great fun. Hey, we're on our way home. Min's parents and us turned in for the night but the kids stayed out for awhile. We just can't keep up!
... down here. Things like that. And then, another woman approached the table, behind him, and put her arms on his shoulders. He looked up at her, surprised and as she took a seat on the other side of him and placed her hand on his knee, he leaned in to talk with her. I noticed her glance at me. She didn't smile.
I started to piece together what was going on here.
I think, perhaps, that Henry was the charming bachelor in town for the week, wooing ...
After a lazy breakfast of fruit salad and sweet bread, a few cups of
coffee, visits, story time and show and tell, we were off to Chacala
for the day. This is the cute little fishing village 1 hour up the
coast from Sayulita. Mom and Dad enjoyed the trip, and we were there
in no time.
Being sunday it was alot busier than mid week, when Cathie and I were
there. Still not crowded at all on the beach. We ...
... and waiting for the fireworks later in the evening, and the resorts and villas stretching along the northern curve of Banderas Bay were ablaze with a thousand coloured fairy lights of red and blue and gold.
I reached the end of the Malecon where police had set up a metal barricade and were searching bags before letting people in. On the street corner outside was an army truck with a mounted machine gun manned by a soldier in flak jacket and helmet with more of his ...