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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... We let the dogs swim with the hysterical pelicans, that were dive bombing in the ocean to get fish. I have a video that I will attach.
We are in a hotel in Bucerias now, it rained all day and we needed to get out of the rain.
We are thinking about renting a place in Puerto Vallarta for a month so we can take Spanish lessons.
Scott and Kerry
At around midday I set off for a small town about an hour north of Puerto Vallarta called Sayulita. It was the first time I rode public transport in Mexico, so the two buses to get there helped ...
... property it is - it sits over a bay, so the views seem endless. We dived into the pool where we had a quick catch up before we headed to the amazing buffet of seafood, salad, and Mexican delights for dinner. There was dancing, there was singing, and there was a lot of laughs.
We conferenced for the next 4 days - it was intense, but also incredibly exciting. For me, the newbie of the bunch, I got to hear about how my colleagues work in our other ...
... popular, I kept walking in the hope of finding somewhere quieter.
Had a Margarita at Mexican Joe’s – this was also two for one so I had one there and one to go. By the time I got to the supermarket I still hadn’t found anywhere I felt like eating so I bought some ham, Roquefort cheese and biscuits from the deli section and came home.
I’m sitting on the balcony now on one of the little red chairs which seem like they were made ...
... t have full ocean view but were at the end so could see it from the deck as we came and went.
One day we went to Bucerias where there was a Flea Market and a Chalk Art Festival. It's a small town about 10 minutes north of Nuevo Vallarta so we took a taxi to get there. We also walked around a lot just to check out the local shops and back streets.
We saw an abundance of local creatures. We had seen a crocodile in one of the ponds when we went ...