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TripAdvisor Reviews Jalisco Vacacional Puerto Vallarta
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... have them rolling on the floor with laughter. It was completely unplanned and unexpected but is proving to be just what I needed at this stage of my trip.
The fates it seemed were conspiring to get me back in the classroom. My credit card company chose the day I arrived in Vallarta to inform me that "suspicious activity" had been noted on my account and they would be blocking my card - they were wonderfully vague when pressed about just what exactly this suspicious ...
... service breakfast and will eat on our balcony watching the wide expanse of the ocean all around. They have a huge tv screen at one of the pools which showed Back to the Future this morning and then we watched a Pink concert this afternoon while catching some sun. Tomorrow is more of the same as we have another sea day before docking at our first port being Peurto Vallarta where we will get off and go on an ...
This city is very touristy, its where the gay american and canadians come for their winter holiday but absoluty love it :-) had alot of fun!
The Knisy Sick were very good, alot of time and effort is put into thire show and it shows. I drank alot of cocktails here and got rather drunk so stay away from them now!!
As you have probibly noticed i do like my sunsets!!!
... that we met at the same time has moved to Acapulco.
We don't usually take the all-inclusive plan because we enjoy breakfast on our deck in the morning and don't mind having a salad or sandwich in our unit for lunch. There is a grocery store within walking distance and we usually stock up the first day we are there. However, they had a special offer that we couldn't refuse so we took it this time. We had most of our meals at the beach restaurant because we love ...
... called Mario, a charismatic and chatty American-Mexican. At first I thought that "duende" meant "ocean" given that's what we have views of. That made perfect sense at the time! Weeks later we discovered that it's Mario's nickname. It's the Mexican equivalent of a leprechaun. What other Spanish words have been erroneously translated???
Here we have an array of surrogate pets, most in your face are the 4 chihuahuas. Did I hear ...