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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... They and three other couples traveled there by bus from Puerto Vallarta. Sayulita is a surfer town, it sits on a point out in the Pacific and the wave can get larger that they do here in Lo de Marcos. We caught the bus at the zocolo and it dropped us off on the highway by the road that leads into Sayulita, we walked about a mile to the beach and found Darlene almost immediately. Right after we get on the bus, the driver stopped, backed up a bit and started talking to a man outside. ...
... was determined to get my monies worth on the free bar. There was a Mexican vs Rest Of The World drinking competition, where I was declared a team captain (not sure if that was down to quanitity or speed – I wouldn’t consider myself a particularly fast drinker but the Mexicans made a poor effort). Either way, I led the team to victory, and by the end of that couple of hours must’ve had about 8 cocktails and a few beers but still hardly felt drunk – ...
... time share sellers and taxi drivers, we smiled on until we saw Dave. Debriefinga t a coffee shop, we trekked up an incline to an overpass leading to budget car rentals. Once Dave singed all the blank cheques and documents, "as a guarantee", we were seated in a fully air conditioned Nissan Versa. Finally we were one step closer to ridding ourselves of ****** sweat!!!
Arriving at Hotel Belmar, we entered our cozy 2 bed and balcony room. Our bathroom was unique (as they always ...
... then came back to the room to write them up. Just mixed the first drink of the day – a Jose Cuervo with lime drink. I can’t believe this is the last night of the year and tomorrow will be 2012. Lindsay assured us that the Malecon will be packed tonight and there will be a big fireworks display - we saw the rocket tubes set up along the water line during our tour.
New Year’s Eve in Puerto Vallarte was great – a lot more civilised and family oriented ...
... empty stores & stalls and most of the buildings were gone. There was only 1 restaurant & 2 stores still open, across the street were a couple more stores & a drug store. The stores had the same products that the little flea market had and nothing was a great deal. I thought that the drug store maybe would have a comb, but once again, they did not stock combs.
Tonight we had our dinner at the Pinnacle Grill which is the premiere steak house ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed