Nearly pros at taking the bus now… Ok we barely managed to make it back until a local took pity on us and stepped in to help.
After the beach it was a walk around some shops where I bought bracelets and scarves and pastries and sampled some tequila. Then we had a great shrimp and fish dinner. And ended another fantastic day with a stroll around the artisans market at the marina under a shining moon and stars. I took a break from photos tonight, but I’ll see if I can swindle some from the others later.
Sunset on the Malecon and then a walk through the open galleries of the Puerto Vallarta Art Walk.
Manuel Martinez at http://www.galeria-uno.com
Amazing sculptures, pottery, jewelry and paintings. I snuck a few photos.
These were interesting- braided metal that looked like hair to me. The other pieces of Davis Birks included some interesting manipulations of artificial turf at http://www.galeriaomaralonso.com.
Others of note include Martha Gilbert Gallery, Mexican antiques at http://www.galeriacaballitodemar.com and Carlos Cortez at http://www.theloftgalleria.com
Sneaking around inside these gorgeous luxury condos with more square footage than my house.
Jeff and Bobbie are fantastic at wheeling and dealing Mexico style. It’s a long story, but Dan and I are now going home with tis gorgeous catrina! Rebel or bandito- she has a new home.
Timmy had Lassie, and we have Google the Chihuahua.
When I was seven years old, Uncle Jeff took me on my first motorcycle ride. (And even let me pull back the throttle!) So it’s fitting that he took me on a mini moto tour around Gringo Gulch.