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... We stepped back, literally, regrouped and took a taxi to our hotel.
Puerto Vallarta is a very popular destination for families with teenagers, older Americans who don’t travel much and 20-somethings looking for non-stop parties. Our hotel for our one day here is one of dozens of lovely establishments that line the ocean – big, gleaming resorts with breathtaking views of the ocean, a glistening pool for adults with adjacent ...
... and reasonable but most of all, people are friendly.
A very interesting sight for us at the Malecon was a very tall metal
pole planted on the beach, higher than the palm trees around it,
but sways like it. It is similar to a May Pole in Europe except that
in this one, each of the four guys climbed all the way to the top.
They are the native Indians of Mexico. They are very short but very
lean. They all wear bright red cotton ...
I can't believe how much work it is to leave!! Packing sucks and I hate it and put it off as long as I can, but it always seems to get done in time! The furniture is in from the balconies and the fridge is empty, which is the way a trip begins - closing up and putting our life here on hold for 3 months. I am ready for this adventure to begin!
... It was very expensive to golf in PV so we only did it once to say we were there.
Karen checked off another bucket list adventure, she swam with the dolphins and loved it. She came back to the resort like a little kid with a big smile on her face, giggling and a kick in her step. I think that is the day she had the extra dirty monkey drink. When you are at the resort and spend your day doing almost the same thing every ...
... the beachfront. A slight sense of panicked excitement sets in as we spot all the boarded up shops and buildings, with strong tape on many windows. Still we head out for drinks in a deserted town.
Needless to say it doesn't hit and the most we get is a little bit of rain. That is two hurricane's I have been promised, and they both have failed to materialise. I am very disappointed.
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