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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... as the sun sets behind the small mountain range just above the horizon.
Many nice memories but the driving here is not one of them. I have to use my motorcycle a few times and on one of those occasions I went hard into a massive pot hole (one of many, many that are on every street) that I saw just a little to late. Turned out I bent BOTH my rims it was such a violent shot but the front one was really bad. I had to go to a local llantera (tire place) but ...
... photos and buying souvenirs. Once again, we were not left in peace. Everyone
under the sun was asking us to buy something, eat something, take a taxi or a
tour. Every 30 seconds, someone would approach us and haunt us until we became
firm and said NO!! It was unfortunate that these people would not take a simple
no for an answer. They continued to badger us with questions about where we
came from, are we on vacation, where are we staying, ...
... local informed us that the world's most incredible sunset was in fact the warning signals for an impending hurricane coming from the south, which we had just been about to inadvertently drive right into the middle of. Perfect.
So Puerto Vallarta for the night it was to sit out a hurricane that never really ...
... had soaked the town and they had over 10 inches of rain the previous evening.
On the way to the first tequila factory (which was a very short drive away from the port) we drove by a local prison. It is called a “Rehabilitation Center” on the sign outside and according to our guide, there is a difference in Mexico between a prison and a “rehab” center. He said rehabilitation centers do not cost the taxpayers ...
... 4 times and it's one of our favorite vacations every time we go. We got a unit on the 5th floor so had a great ocean view from our deck. We ate breakfast there every morning and spent other time playing pinochle or skip-bo with a beautiful view of the ocean.
We got to know Rigoberta who is a waiter in the beach restaurant when we went with Garceau's about 4 years ago. That year Rigoberta & Eligio, another waiter, took us on a tour of the area ...