A monument to early transportation in Puerto Vallarta
Day 5 (Part 1)
Thursday. September 16, 2010
I was awake early and enjoyed my morning coffee looking out over Puerto Vallarta, which was far more clean and money than our previous ports. It kind of looked like San Diego, but with less boring people.* There was even a Costco, which, in the context of the local language, I realized was male.
By this time I was having some World Wide Web withdrawals, and the only thing that kept me from utilizing the Internet lounge was the fee of $826,044 per millisecond they were charging. I realized how addicted I’ve become to researching any little thought that came into my head. Questions such as:
“What’s in gooseberry pie, anyway?” (Hint: not geese.)
“Exactly how many bands has Stephin Merritt been in?” (roughly 826,044)