Had a hard time getting an internet connection yesterday so will have to do two days in one. Boy is it hard remembering what you did yesterday!
So day five started at Loco's Loco's for 45 peso breakfast. Excellent as usual. Then we walked down to our friend's casa for a quick visit. They wanted to wander around the Golden Zone with us but wanted a quick bite first. So we returned to Loco's Loco's for a cold beer nd my husband and I shared a clubhouse. It was REALLY good. Then we just went out wandering around. I found Arres Lulu and a few other places on my list. We wanted to stop for a drink so went to Joe's Oyster Bar to check it out. There was no one there so we left and went to the Saloon for WiFi and called home for free. Then back to the hotel to get ready for dinner. It was our friends' anniversary so six of us returned to Topolo's for dinner but first we stopped by Pedro Y Lola to listen to Rob play the piano and have a cocktail. Topolo's was again excellent. I gotta make that corn and black bean salsa!! I had coconut shrimp and my husband had the cilantro shrimp. I think his was the best of all the shrimp we tried. Others had the salmon, the ribeye nd another fish dish and all were enjoyed. Got to meet the owner which was great as was the sax player.
Then off to Pancho's for some drinks. No one was there either so we left early after buying some beautiful blue wine glasses. All in all another great day in paradise.
So on to day six. Woke up this morning to a very overcast day and cold day so you won't believe but we went to a TS presentation!! Turned out to be well worth it. Got there at 10 and was out by 11 including breakfast with 4500 pesos in our pockets (I have a few tips I can share at a later time!) So we headed down to Playa Bruja for the day. After walking around the little market we headed down to Mr. Lionso's ordered some drinks, took out the cards and proceeded to spend a lovely day there watching the surfers and the people walking the beach. For lunch I enjoyed the lobster/shrimp combo for 220 pesos and my husband had the imperial shrimp for 150 pesos. Great! Couldn't think of a better way to spend a cold and dreary day. Now we're back at the hotel and making our dinner plans! I'm thinking I'd like to head to Angelo's for some Italian.
And,of course, hoping for sunshine tomorrow!