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What a great day on the ocean! We rented a boat with a couple friends and had a great time. The morning started by spotting a whale with her baby! we followed them for about 2 minutes and were able to get really close.
Then we put our rods in the ocean and within 2 minutes we had a bite. It took us about 40 minutes to real the damn think in! All in all, we landed 3 (35-40 lbs)yellowtails!
Then we had lunch reservations at a ...
So yeh, I wasn’t really able to do anything there, but the people in that hostel were mostly lame Canadians, or Americans that had looked to come over and buy properties so the atmosphere wasn’t great. With that in mind decided to go back to Puerto Vallarta a bit earlier than planned to meet up with the people there again, before heading over to my next destination – Guadalajara.
Again, with my Yorkshireness taking priority, I ...
... of the pack, maneuvered into a stall where we could creepily observe the methods and strategies (or lack there of) for piling humans into a truck. Five people sat in the box of the truck, while the remainder were comfortably seated in the front and back seats of the cab.
It is worth mentioning that despite the enjoyment I obtain from driving vehicles, the maneuvers performed on the road were beyond logic and comprehension. Cars traveling in the same direction were divided ...
... lime juice, one with a good tequila and one with a tomato based drink called sangrita. First we sipped the lime, then the tequila, and finally washed that down with the sangrita. Much better than the salt and lemon shots I’ve had previously.
We walked back down to the Malecon and had a glass of Tuba - a soft drink based on palm juice. The guy selling it, Conception, dresses all in white with a white hat and sells around 50 litres of his concoction each day. Again, ...
... is the problem with the weather, you ask? Well, we are looking at the ITCZ, Intertropical Convergence Zone, or area encircling the earth near the equator where winds originating in the northern and southern hemispheres come together. The zone is referred as the doldrums because of its erratic weather patterns with stagnant calms and violent thunderstorms. The ITCZ appears as a band ...