Where Are Those Churros // Life in Puerto Vallarta Vlog

Not much useful information parceled out in this video! Just us being, well, us!

What About Those Churros?

But I know you are wondering where those churros are at!

The Churro man, as we call him, is located at the corner of Aguacate and Lazaro Cardenas, next to a big catholic church.

How much do they cost?

1 pesos a piece!

That’s right! 1 peso! That’s about 5 cents!

Where Did You Eat Dinner?

For the second time in one week we went to Tony’s Please. Tony’s is so amazing. Check out the post we wrote about our experience there just the other day.

 

Thanks for watching and reading!

Keep it Kinetic,

Hillary and Greg

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