Villas Loma Linda
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... and most restaurant tortillas. Walking back to the hotel we found this little side alley with an ice cream store and stopped for a few scoops. To this day I have never had ice cream that good and I believe it is because of two things and two things only: the use of REAL Mexican vanilla and goat's milk. If you've never had ice cream made with goat's milk...book a trip right now and go have some. You can thank me later. The other thing that tends to happen while ...
... Just try doing it without signs or GPS and you'll see how unending it can be.
Our GPS that gets us so safely through Phoenix and San Antonio could just as well be used as a door stop down here. It has a smattering of locations--just enough to fool novices like us into thinking it would be all we'd need.
But look what you get when you get here.
... to people my age at night!
Sunday was a calm day of recovering and planning where to go next. I was about to go out for food early in the evening but then it started raining again, so we ordered Domino's pizza and watched three films in ...
... br> Sadly I only got to watch the turtles one night – they were so fascinating I could have stayed forever!
That wasn’t the end of my adventures though. I got to spend a day in the old town of Puerto Vallarta, it’s been around for ages, way longer than all of the resorts and hotels. There’s lots of shops and
people trying to sell you things but the most impressive of all ...
... they would tear the bridge down and then rebuild it when they were back together again...local gossip.
There is a danger with travel and that is meeting other backpackers who tell you what they have been doing fot the last so many months. I met an englishman who bought a motorbike on ebay in the states and then spent five months riding across the states before he travelled into mexico - awsome; anyone for Route 66! ...