Michtik Hostel Puerto Vallarta
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... Very picturesque city.
Tonight we dined back in the main dining room. The show tonight was the best one we have ever seen on a ship. It was called The Tourist. The room was darkened and the singers/dancers were all in costumes that either glowed or were some how illuminated. This was the highlight of our cruise. It was beyond great.
Tomorrow is a sea day as we sail towards Los Angeles.
Until next ...
Seconds and minutes slip by,
and after the sunset, we decided to hurry back to the ship. There
was no pink bridge linking the ships gangplank to our cabin. But you
bet, we are happy we got that mouth wash.....
I told Bert that a Mexican band was playing mariachi at the Terrace Grill on deck 8th.
He didn't seem to hear!
... I say looking along the way). Arriving at the boardwalk we turned south towards the pier. The beach is called the beach of the dead and is the spot where the locals go. Boy was it packed there were people all over. We even got asked if we wanted to go see a presentation; this time it was the opening of Garza Blanca. We would get two thousand pesos if we could get picked up the next morning. That’s about two hundred dollars. We declined the offer realizing that you do not ...
... were in the water diving and snorkeling around the rocks while a catamaran waited.
We were back on our way towards Mismeloya Beach. We stopped at a look out spot and could see the site where the movie "Night of the Iguana" was filmed with Ric***********. Earlier when we were at the church in PV we were shown a pic of Liz Taylor and Ric*********** receiving communion during the time they were filming that movie. Ric*********** had actually bought a ...
... Mmmmm. The potatoes and carrots were good too, and the red wine was
We did more miles today, making
Sayulita. The drive was real nice, especialy south of Puerto
Vallarta. After Pureto Vallarta we went and visited a basil grower.
It was interesting to see what goes into growing good basil. The
plants are started indoors, then transferred outside after they are
a few inches tall.
Pulling into Sayulita we came to a very