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Got up and watched the day get started. Vendors setting up, and fishermen angling for the days catch. The fresh pastry guy was back this morning. Tony and I ran down for breakfast starters. Fresh baked and still warm, we got apple and vanilla cream pastries to enjoy on the balcony with our coffee.
Hit the showers and he added out for a late breakfast followed by a massage! Booked our zip line adventure for ...
... 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 ...
... for nothing. As we were on the pier, a fishing boat came in with a number of fish. One of the fishermen starting filleting the fish on the beach. After watching that for a little while we decided it was time to stop for a drink. Dave had a beer and Ann had lemonade. They were both very refreshing.
We continued north now along the boardwalk; stopping at a number of shops. One of the lines the vendors use is, "I’ve been waiting for you". At one point we ended up in ...
... to open. I'll be sad when I have none left haha.
With bellies full of Mexican food, tequila and a bunch of sun on our heads all day, I decided it might be fun to see how a Rooster lives and jumped into one of the small cages they keep them in. Haha. It was the Tequila!
Our hotel, the Grand Mayan is located in a town called Nuevo Vallarta, approximately 20 minutes away from Puerto Vallarta. 20 FAST minutes. The cab drivers here are ...
... I enjoyed when I was about 5 years old. The boat was heading to Las Caletas, an island about an hour off the coast. The ride was a bit more low key than the last one, and Joanna and I spent much of it keeping each other warm from the cold breeze. Pulling into downtown Puerto Vallarta, there was an enormous cruise ship with the words "HOLLAND OOSTERDAM" emblazoned on a high deck. I made myself a mental note right then and there: take Joanna to Amsterdam. No, ...
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