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TravelPod Member ReviewsSelva Romantica Puerto Vallarta
This Place is a paradise! The furnishings, the pool over looking the mountains an oceans, and the entire city is peaceful and beautiful. T
We are located in the heart of Puerto Vallarta, and the people go out of their way to make you feel welcome and relaxed and show you a great time.
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They're not street kids. They're just kids in the neighborhood --maybe being raised by grandparents, maybe sometimes missing a meal or two, always hungry and adorably cute. Heidi, the lady we're renting a room from, feeds them, teaches them to say please and thank you, takes them shopping on their birthdays, entertains them with stories and good advice and generally shows them someone cares.
I'm moved ...
... single, retired ladies... And when they saw me talking to him, they weren't very happy about it. In fact, I bet he'd hooked up with the very drunk one his first night. And last night it was probably the one in yellow with her hand on his knee. This guy was playing the scene! And whether or not he thought I was his next target, the ladies surrounding us seemed to.
I smiled at them all politely, and excused myself, waving goodbye to Henry as I walked off to find ...
... another bottle. I didn’t wear a watch today so not sure exactly what time it is, but guessing sometime between 3 and 4. Watched one of theDVDs I bought yesterday - Seeking Justice a Nicolas Cage film set in New Orleans that I hadn’t seen before. It was a ************* so I won’t bother taking it home with me. It’s almost 6.30 so time to head out for a last meal in PV.
Walked through the square at dusk where a guy was playing a killer version ...
... one of them loses a sandal while crossing the street, and we watch it drift away, never to be seen again. Locals waiting for the buses – yes: buses are still running, and they don’t seem to go any slower than usual. Two taxis take a one-way street the wrong way and almost collide into one of these buses. Honks horn furiously, colorful language is exchanged. No harm. We walk back to our hotel and I collapse on the bed. Call it a day!
19/01/2011 10:29:24 AM
Jesus h Christ. Do not know how, but I forgot to include our most wonderful day with our friends, who we know through Cheryll, Sylvie and Ernie.
Sylvie is from Montreal and Ernie is from Mexico, actually was raised down the road in Tepic. Syl is retired and Ernie is an entertainer who works in some of the larger hotels venues in and around PV. On New Years they had a gig at Dreams, entrance fee for non guests, $2000 pesos. He ...