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... was really getting into those dance moves with the kids throughout the night! I've never seen any other manager get into the disco as much as she did! She had them all WORKIN' IT!
Heather*, Jenny*, Kalie*, Vanna*, and I got dressed up and went to the Ultimate Deck Party to dance and hang out. The cruise staff led everyone in learning how to wobble. SO funny!
We all met up with the others in the crew bar afterward for a quick drink before I left for bed. ...
... us trying to get us to buy little souvenirs. We didn't really like this part of the beach as we were trying to enjoy the scenery and not wanting to be pressured into buying things.
After a short swim, we then took the jeeps back to the ship. Once on the ship, we had something to eat and then I went on my walk around deck 13.
Overall, we had a fun day - although I might have enjoyed it a bit more than Joanne.
... We got to brainstorm and think of all the things we could do to make the lives of our respective countries easier and to improve the way everything gets done. Who knows if anything will change, but in those 4 days we really managed to come up with a lot.
Being there for work, I didn't get to see the sights, but it was a great experience nevertheless. Puerto Vallarta was a much quieter place than expected - a lot more local tourism, which is nice to see.
... standing around with M-16s. I’ve noticed this level of security everywhere I’ve been in Mexico so far.
The Malecon was starting to fill up so I walked a block up to where the streets were almost deserted. By now I’d finished my Go Cup so stopped for another one at an empty little bar called Bebotera and started heading back the way I’d come. I cut back onto the southern end of the Malecon and followed the road that runs beside the bridge crossing ...
... middle of nowhere lies this natural place touched lightly by the owner of the land. Pools have been built to capture the pure soul of the water flowing from the hills.
Won't lie, I feel a little more Mexican each day. It's funny, the other day, someone more white than me asked if I ...