Villas Dos Primos
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1/2/15 4:56 AM
We spent a great night at the hotel in Tepic, which was kind of a No Tell, but a little classier. Although we had a long day of driving, we were able to mellow out after getting our room by enjoying the outside seating area they had set up by the pool, and we made ourselves some cocktails and relaxed. The group wasn't happy with me for missing Mazatlan, but when we get to sleep in tomorrow, and have a relaxing breakfast in the beautiful dinning ...
... and hit a
rock bar Saturday night and partied till the wee hours. Drove to a
beautiful, very quiet little beach a few km south of PV and chilled out there. I walked
a lot; around the old town, strolled Cuale island which is on the edge of the old town, and of course the Malecon. Drank
lots of coffee at various cafes, tried lots of different restaurants and
roadside stalls, and read a lot.
After more than a week, I finally enjoyed ...
... problema del dinero,) fuimos al restaurante de un hombre que se llama David. Lo ayudamos a limpiar su propiedad así que pueda abrir y comenzar su negocio la próxima semana. Despejamos los detritos y la basura y las hojas muertes de la propiedad. Yo amontone las hojas, Chloe barrió las escaleras después de amontonarlo y los chicos no hicieron mucho de nada. Estaban jugando con los objetos afilados como las hachas y los machetes. Pero, niños serán ...
Turtles! Being an adventurous cat I decided to try something completely different and went to
watch the turtles being released. I was a little afraid that one of them would try and eat me (have you seen how big some turtles can get?!) but fortunately these ones were only small. These turtles are brand new babies – they get released the same day they leave their nests. Watching them all made me think ...
... moving away from the big established chains to local food shops
This really is the Benidorm for the Americans. They visit in droves. I'm not sure what you call a gathering of Americans (probably an invasion) but there are tuns of them - bloody foreigners. Apparently Elizabeth Taylor and Ric*********** owned houses here on opposite sides of the river linked by a foot bridge. When they had one of their many ...
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