Flying to Mexico

Hello readers !

Another adventure, another story to share with you.  Phillip Pullman said:  “After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.” Do you think he is right ?  I am happy to tell my stories and I certainly think someone will be happy to read it also.  If  you have time . I try to make it short  (only 377 words here)…  Here is another of my travel story. If you have been traveling to Mexico, tell me where as I still want to see more of this amazing country.

We have been many times to Mexico but I realize that I never blog about it.  To make it easy to remember I started to write a journal every day. I decided to write in present tense. I notice this way of writing while I was  reading a book and I liked this idea.  Present or past, what is better to use ?

“I wake up early. Earlier than my normal time. I almost never use my alarm clock. The night before our departure, I set up my alarm but forgot to put it on! We used to have to get up at 3 AM for a 6 or 6:30 departure from YVR. Now, we have a better flight. We leave from Abbotsford airport. Departure at 9:25 with a direct flight to Puerto Vallarta. We leave the house. It is dark and it is raining. Bye bye rain ! Good to know we are going to have many sunny days for the next 3 weeks. Yes, 3 weeks, this is great.

We fly over Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona and Mexico. We are going to spend one week in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, about 25 km north of Puerto Vallarta. Then, 2 weeks in Puerto Vallarta.

I love looking at the earth. I like to take photos of what our beautiful earth looks like from above. This is what I want to share with you  now.”

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We are flying over Mexico and we can see the Pacific Ocean.

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Finally, we  are almost landing and we can see buildings and some hotels.

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I will tell you more about our time in Mexico in my next  post. If you have read my post until here , do not forget to tell me you favorite city in Mexico . Gracias.

Hasta luego!