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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
We went for a 1.5 hour hike along the ocean today from a town called Boca De Tomatlan to Playa Animas. It is only 30 min drive from PV. The walk was beautiful. It was up and down a rocky path...but we ended up at a very nice ocean side restaurant in the hills. Not a bad way to spend a Saturday.
Here are some pictures.
... insist on looking the part of
the tourist by wearing the sandals with socks, the flowered shirts and the
straw hats. I find it hard to believe that this is a regular part of one’s
daily attire, which leads me to believe that people buy these things when they
go on vacation.
I decided to walk the 2 miles to my resort. Afterwards, I regretted not taking a bus or taxi,
because the weather was much hotter and humid than ...
... or something in here, and hay all along the aisle.” The bus ride didn’t stay normal for too long. A man dressed head-to-toe in a white mariachi suit boarded with his daughter, followed by a hustling young man with a dirty shirt and a guitar. I paid no mind as he walked by us with his guitar, and didn’t think anything of it when I heard a couple of tune-checking strums. Then, he went off.
“Albur de amor me gustó yo lo jugué!” He let ...
Today was a fantastic day in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico! Oddly enough, today would end up being my favorite port day of this trip. The "day" started super early as hubby and I were awakened by thunder and the boat rolling just a bit. We had noticed a lot of lightening the previous evening at dinner and intermittent showers but sometime in the middle of the night (between 2am and 3am?) this was the wind…30 NE! There were times it would flip up ...
... looking over the mountains and the world class surfing beach that lies down on the shore, surrounded by restaurants and small hotels. It is a wonderful place and a must visit if you are down this way. The ground scenery is not too bad either.
Anyways we got within 50 feet of the beach and pulled down our beach chairs and coolers to spend the day. There must have been 100 people at any one time enjoying the surf on their boards, as well as general ...