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... daily activities, as just the other day I had to say to myself "Take a Break, Your to Old for this" as my knees and lower legs are starting to take there toll on me from walking the cobblestone, and climbing up and down the mountain side to and from the ocean and the market and the Malecon. Thank god for the beer stops, you can even go in the OXXO and buy a cold one for 10 pesos and continue walking the streets.
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... On our short walk to the bus stop we passed upholsterers, iron workers, garages, mechanics, wood shops, tiny tiendas, families spilling out on to the sidewalk to eat dinner--visit--cook.
Only two people on our block spoke English and that includes our hostess.
Out our kitchen window we could hear trucks go by selling strawberries, avocados, propane, mattresses, scrap metal, ...
... sounded, legs began to move, to have our bums sit in wooden chairs in front of a hole in the wall taco stand serving delicious and memorable tostados. Our new home awaited as we approached the door with laughter and discussions for the evening to come. The evening sun set, our explorations began with the surrounding streets and taco stands. We found ourselves seated at stands better than the last serving pastor tacos, quesadillas, and jamaica. ...
Hi divers;Here you have info about our diving on last Monday July 16 2012.We did a three tank dives trip. First one tank was at Majahuitas beach at 70 feet deep, second was at Los Arcos (Devilīs drop) at 70 feet deep and last one was at Los ...
... hill on Mirimar near Liz Taylor’s house.
Esquina de los Caprichos is a nice place – in the middle of a residential area so very quiet and simply but tastefully decorated. There was one other customer when I arrived – an older American guy – and he was just settling his bill. The waitress only spoke Spanish but gave me a menu in English which seemed to have most of the tapas staples such as patatas bravas, stuffed mushrooms and chorizo, but I picked ...