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TravelPod Member ReviewsVallarta Torre Puerto Vallarta
The Vallarta Torre resort is one of the original PVR resorts with a quaint garden entrance. It has a nice pool and palapa bar which leads out to the pacific. A great way to prepare for retirement.
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We started our vacation in Puerto Vallarta. This was a practice run for retirement. Hurricane Norberto was in Cabo which made for huge waves in PVR. Because PVR is on the bay of Banderas it's protected from the really violent storms.
... we were last back on the bus. Needless to say we did not tell others where we had been. The third stop on our tour was the old part of the town where you saw the real side of a Mexican City. We also went to a Church when a nun tried to rip Johnny off when he bought me a pair of rosary beads.
He was quite amused by that.
We are now back on board and waiting to set sail again to the next port - ah! Good times!!!
... cried. For 10 years, we thought " holas" was a negative slang for North Americans. For 10'years we thought the surfer cursed out .
Also, we are still getting used to the random fiestas and fireworks at night. The people who own the little store right across the street had a birthday fiesta last night. It didnt start until the store closed at about 11:00pm. Itwas quiet until 12:30 then the mariachi band showed up. They played right outside our apartment ...
... okay to wait.
To our pleasant suprise, Theresa and I were two of only 4 people left, another couple we later found out was from Los Angeles also got left behind. Shortly after, our driver Andres came and got us and ushered us to a small white van. We struck lucky and ended up being on a small tour group of only 5 people including Theresa and I and we were on our way into Puerto Vallarta with our "private" driver.
Our first stop, Puerto Vallarta. ...
... middle of nowhere lies this natural place touched lightly by the owner of the land. Pools have been built to capture the pure soul of the water flowing from the hills.
Won't lie, I feel a little more Mexican each day. It's funny, the other day, someone more white than me asked if I ...