¡¡¡Jai Jai Jai!!! ¡¡México!!

I spent a glorious 5 days in Puerto Vallarta last July and had a BLAST! It was full of delicious margaritas, lounging on the beach, ATVing, meeting great people and simply relaxation.

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Next eat LOTS of scrumptious food! We ate these delicious shrimp tacos 3 times

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ImageHow humid it was! I liked the effect though… like a dream!

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ATVing was SO MUCH FUN!

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We went to a watering hole which was so refreshing after getting all sweaty & dirty

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Off we go!

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Splish Splash

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Image Next stop was a tequila distillery! Here’s an agave plant – where tequila is from!

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The piña (succulent core of the plant) is slowly baked then crushed under a tahona (this stone wheel). The resulting agave juices is then fermented into tequila! Based on the length of time it is fermented, we get Blanco (aged for 2 months or less), Reposado (aged for at least 2 months but not more than 1 year) or Añejo (between 1 and 3 years aged) Tequilas . 

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Then came the tastings and margaritas! Much appreciated after a long ride! 
ImageThis is what lots of tequila tasting looks like! hahaha

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This sweetheart wanted to sit on my ATV =D

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We went clubbing all night and had the time of our lives & met some great friends

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Dusk
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¡Nos Vemos México!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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