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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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... table with a massive margarita) on a Skype call to her bank / credit card company, saying that her card was stolen, and that she noticed a bunch of charges in Mexico....so that's her game.
The second night was a little more subdued, though we still went out to JB's and met the same crew...minus Renee. This time there was also a donkey walking through the bar because....why ask questions? The sign outside of a donkey kissing a dude in ...
... was always high on my list of things to do. Not that I really have a list, otherwise it would all go to **** anyway!
Checked into my first hostel in Mexico – not bad after being here a month, then spent the first day, as always, exploring the nearby area(s).
First impressions… annoying touts, horrendous 80s style bars and dogshit music, almost unbearable heat (I just ended up wearing the same vest and shorts there to stop me sweating ...
One of my challenges in Puerto Vallarta is to not get a sunburn..
Another challege is to stay out of jail.
And another challenge is to not get killed by members of one of the Mexican drug cartels......
Note: the Mexican Police in Puerto Vallarta do not seem to have a sense of humour...
It is sunny and hot in Puerto Vallarta ...
... all the other zocalos I’ve visited this one has a bandstand which is normally used for musical performances each Sunday.
Across from the square is the cathedral, or more correctly Iglesia de Nuestra Seņora de Guadalupe, on Calle Hidalgo. I’d already been here but it was worth another look around. There was a trestle table set up outside the on the porch selling rosaries and other religious paraphernalia.
From here we walked around the corner to a ...
... gathered around and started chanting with each spin. "Si, Si, Si!" when they wanted me to double up. "No, No, No!" when it was time to stop. My own little fan club! Quite hilarious!
Mateja's Anniversary was a good time. Some of the best tacos I've had down here. Found out they came from a place down the street and stopped in on another visit.