Feliz Ano Nuevo a usted tambien...??? I think that's right! hahaha
Translator's are great aren't they.
Good fish never gets old.After my wife and I married, we lived the first 20 years in Costa Mesa, CA. Three miles away from the Newport Bach Pier where there is a small dory fleet that sold fish caught that day. If you got up early enough you could have fish was as fresh as it gets; the only way to get it fresher was to cook it on the line :-)In 2015, I'd love to find a good fish market like the one you have above.You enjoying life down there?
The fish thing is a real treat Boomer. There are 6-7 places on the south side of Vallarta that I have run across that sell fish and other sea food.I like it here a great deal and at this time feel I will probably return. Very much at peace with most everything. The people are better than great and with this real decent casa I have pretty much the same routine as I had in Colorado. Nogalito is very special in it's own right as well. Ya I like it! Thanks for the visit.
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Have a good one!
A belated Guid New Year, Tom.
Thanks Tony - had to look that on up.