Casa De Los Monos
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... mariachis playing on the beach!
There is a new structure down the beach. At first we thought it was a new bar with the flashing lights that changed color. Looks like it is an art piece though. We will have to wonder down for a closer look later.
Had a great birthday dinner then walked the malacon with the families. You can find anything that you would like to d or ...
... br> As we cruised southbound, land could be seen in the distance on the left side of the ship; the side of my stateroom! We were following Mexico’s coastline all the way to Puerto Vallarta!
At 11:30pm, the ship cruised into port and once clearance was given, we were able to leave the gangway and set foot on land! By ...
... the majority of our time relaxing by the ocean or the beach. This was a free tour that came with our package.
Next was the Travel club presentation. It took two hours of our time; we ate breakfast during the presentation. It is an interesting idea, you can save a lot of money travelling but the upfront costs to join the club are quite a lot. They tried everything to get you to join from changing the down ...
... his car. He has offered to drive us to neighbouring towns and hot spots in PVR for a mere $250 pesos. We think we may call him on Monday night for some Tuesday travels (he's a legit tour guy). Sad that most of these incredible HARD HARD HARD working people make 240 pesos a day. In Canadian....that is a meesly $18/day. PER DAY! I make more than that in an hour and they work 12 hour HARD days to support their families for $18 a day Canadian?! Unreal to ...
... Volvo engine happy Andrew installed a secondary cooling system that provides an abundance of water circulation. He also bolted a heavy-duty zinc plate near the propeller and sail drive to keep corrosion away; a necessity especially in tropical water. On the cosmetic side newly re-upholstered cushions give Amizade a fresh look throughout the boat. We are pleased with the upgrades ...