Michtik Hostel Puerto Vallarta
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... Hotel. My friends here took good care of me and I'll right them up on Trip Advisor when I return. However, peace and relaxation will soon be replaced with noise, confusion and disappointment. Read on. I arrive right on time with the street crowded with family eager to begin, perhaps, they're going on their first vacation in years. Grandmas, kids, everybody is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the bus which promptly shows at 7:15am, 45 min late. Ah, Mexican time. I grab a milk ...
Day 5 - afternoon/evening
Temperature: 29 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy sky
According to a brochure handed out to me' this "Town, Country and Tequila" half-day shore excursion tour combined the charm of both "old and new" of Puerto Vallarta in Mexico! Our first stop of the day was downtown where I had the thrill of walking along ...
... tour downtown and the historic church, some shopping in old town, and then visit a tequila plant and have lunch. We are supposed to be back around 3:30.
We get picked up in a van a little late and are driven to the center of the city; here we meet our tour guide. He tells us some information about the city and the statue of the boy riding the seahorse. The boy represents youth as Puerto Vallarta is a young city; the hat represents the fact that the natives were cowboys ...
... resorts and hotels/timeshares) is very expensive. It's north of Puerto Vallarta and the beaches are beautiful. It's away from the crazy busy that is PV and the main tourist areas of Mismaloya so it's very very quiet.
The name Nuevo and Riviera Nayarit are used all the time. I guess it still doesn't really know what it's name is.
One our trip back to the hotel we went through another police check just between Nuevo and PV, they don't stop ...
... with the final preparations. We did our fresh meat, fruit, vegetable, and other perishable provisioning and final projects in the next 48-hours. Monday morning, we planned on checking out of Mexico; we figured we would simply be about 24-hours behind a large group of boats that were also planning a trip to the Marquesas. Unfortunately, we didn’t make it to the customs office in time for a boat inspection to be concluded, ...