Villa Olivia

Amapas 329, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48380, Mexico | Hotel
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The art of doing nothing for 10 days

A travel blog entry by ironworker025

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... got off, ordered his lunch, went next door and bought a Coke, picked up his lunch and we were off. We have included a pic of the restaurant, there is barely a sign on it at all, we would never eat in a place like that. But, the driver didn't get sick, and he drove on the narrow, winding mountain roads with one hand while he ate his lunch. We got out alive, there was only one near miss when a car was passing a bus and was in our lane when we came around a curve. The driver hit the breaks ...

Go Canada!

A travel blog entry by nacrobat

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... to a Canadian solar panel company (AS Solar) started by a guy from Toronto, Ian. Just so happens one of my best buddies, Rob, works for this company in Toronto, but also sometimes in Mexico, so we worked it out that we would be here at the same time and I was invited to stay at the compound.

My second day here, December 31, I ate something bad and started getting sick. The usual
traveller's diarrhea ...

Shopping

A travel blog entry by annanddave

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... After it was packed up we got a taxi back to the resort. So far it has been a long day.

The resort was having a Caribbean night on the beach so we decide to there for supper. The food was all right but lacked in vegetables. The entertainment was good; lots of Latin dancing and excellent colourful costumes. When it was all over we went back to our room. Ann went to sleep and Dave tried to watch a movie but found he was too tired. The end of another great day in ...

How can we fix this??

A travel blog entry by vixenangel

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... and he was such a great tour guide, and very Catholic so I gave them to him. He was just as grateful to receive those as he was the money. Religion is BIG here and I got a BIG hug from him for my small gift. He had a medallion already on his tourism id card so I knew he'd add the ones I gave him.

We spent the rest of the night walking the beach and I diligently watched for those little crab holes. I haven't since walked the beach without my sandals. I'm a ...

Our first port

A travel blog entry by danharriet

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... the taxi was so small that we could not move even if the taxi was involved in an accident. So out of town we rode this bumpy and swaying tiny vehicle, back to the port where the Sapphire Princess was docked.

The entrance at the port was not without interest. You were supposed to carry a photo Id along with your ship passenger card which had no photo. Harriet forgot her photo Id, but I volunteered that I knew her. So the dock guard allowed her to enter the dock area ...

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Location

This hotel, located on Amapas 329, Puerto Vallarta, is near Canopy & Outdoor Adventures, Vallarta Zoo, Olas Altas, and The Blue Massage Spa.
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