Brisas Del Mar
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... afternoon in nearby Sayulita. The beach is beautiful there and not too busy; the sea was pretty rough, but after my surf school experience, I felt comfortable braving the waves. The following day, I splashed out and moved next door to the hotel, owned by same people as the hostel. With a sea view and a pool, I knew I'd made the right decision on where to finish up my time at the beach. After my early morning move, Katie and I hopped on a boat over to Yelapa, a bit ...
... br> some of them will say.
When we left San Diego last December
20, there was an official Christmas tree lighting ceremony coupled
with the singing of Christmas carols. But since San Francisco, our
ship has been well decorated and has the Christmas colors everywhere
you look. Fresh poinsettias have replaced the once fresh orchids
that dominates all the tables at the Lido Restaurant. It is at the
Lido restaurant where I met ...
... 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 ...
... Once we got to the Grand Mayan Palace we were quickly ushered into the check in line. Our luggge and groceries left with the bell hop. Check in was quick and easy. Before we could go to our room though we met up with a Hospitality hostess. She asked if I was the timeshare owner and I said no. Then she asked if my parents would be meeting us. HA! No. Clearly we don't look old enough to travel and afford a huge room like we have without our parents coming. ...
... Muertos and Luche Libre in La Paz
their lives/homes, teaching us things from cooking to fishing
As a result of not going to the South Pacific this year, we were able to slow down our pace and experience Mexico in a more reflective way. This is truly ...