La Iguana de Oro

Address: Calle Lazaro Cardenas 310 , Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48290, Mexico | 2 star condo
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This 2 star condo, located on Calle Lazaro Cardenas 310 , Puerto Vallarta, is near The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe), Canopy Chico's Zipline Tours, Peyote People, and Galeria Pacifico.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

Viva la Mexico!

A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jan 19, 2014

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... 8211; the packing debates begin. What to bring, what to leave. I learned a lot from our 4.5 month trip to SE Asia. I learned that you don’t have to pack to cover every experience and that a light backpack (even if you lack a few goodies) is infinitely better than an overstuffed pack with all the bases covered. So this time, I am getting down and dirty. You ask yourself – what weather will we generally expect? Will it rain – Hell ...


A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on May 05, 2012

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5 May 2012 – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Now, today was a day that had some planning ahead of it. Vallarta is a kind of Ibiza of Mexico. A seafront of poorly constructed tourist resorts on long stretches of beach with shops crammed full of the same tourist tat as far as the eye can see. We were in with the Zuiderdam, so a few of us arranged to meet at a resort called Blue Chairs. It's essentially the main beach bar on the gay stretch of beach, in the ...

"Every day is special in Mexico"

A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on Nov 26, 2011

1 comment, 34 photos

... and true-to-culture, reflecting in the flesh the Latin ethnicity and designs Americans try so hard to emulate. Flea markets had spread out into the streets, and everyone had something to sell that was “just what we needed.” Suddenly, no one spoke English anymore, which made it tough to shoo away an annoying salesman. The man at the jewelry store was no exception. He stood outside, smoking a cigarette as almost to make a fashion statement, with the ...

Life in Puerta Vallarta

A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Jan 14, 2011

1 comment, 9 photos

... One guy climbed on with a guitar on a very bumpy road, and he managed to stand up and play and sing really well which was amazing. We had difficulty staying in our seats. There are few bus stops with signs and for some buses which go outside the town it is necessary to find out online where they start from. It is usually a random corner without any sign but the bus always seems to turn up. Sometimes you pay the driver, sometimes you buy ticket from someone standing nearby. Again it ...

Cruising Is More Than Sailing

A travel blog entry by ashika on Mar 28, 2010

11 photos

... food here is also incredible: our favorite restaurants are small store fronts with tables on the sidewalk or in a sandy lot next door. Tacos are anything piled on corn tortillas and come with a table full of sauces. Quesadillas are tacos on flower tortillas served with cheese. We have eaten these with all manner of seafood, meat from a cow's head, and pork turned on a vertical skewer with a pineapple on top – turning golden as ...