Bahia del Sol Resort
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We're still in Paradise. Literally. Paradise Village Marina in Puerto Vallarta which is where we have been hanging out since early January. On Saturday the eighth of February our son Kip and his gal Taylor came to visit us for a week. This post is a report of our week together. It was, as you will see, a whirlwind tour of the bay.
Our plan was to meet the kids at the airport as they came off the plane. There were ...
... our time on the beach, swimming and watching the surfers all day. There is a lot of people watching to do here.... And the margaritas go down well too! Found out some other friends were in town at Punta de Mita, so spent a day with them here and they also came for a night out. The nightlife was perfect for us, as found Don Pato which has a different live band each ...
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our return trip we stopped in Chacala, a picturesque little cove where we
anchored next to friends on Jacaranda. We had dinner aboard Amizade and caught up on all the news. Jacaranda left the following
morning going north, ...
... If you ordered food, you had to watch over it carefully because the scavenging birds would hide beneath the chairs and tables, just waiting for you to slip up. I saw one fly away with at least two slices of pepperoni in its mouth; that little *******!
Coronado informed us that there would be a smorgasbord of entrees and an open bar, banquet style, for an honorary Thanksgiving feast, most likely because of the 90% plus crowd ...
... a". Each family in a neighborhood, will schedule a night for the Posada to be held at their home, starting on the 16th of December and finishing on the 24th on Noche Buena.
Every home will have a Nativity scene. The hosts of the home are the innkeepers, and the neighborhood children and adults are Los Peregrinos, who have to request lodging through singing a simple chant. All carry small lit candles in their hands and ...