Brisas Del Mar
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... you are greeted with a small kitchen off to your left with fridge stove counter space and sink, with a BBQ directly in front of you. Then there is a large area the width of the house, and around 20 feet straight ahead with a large dinning table and a nice seating area. This whole area is covered by a natural wood and leaf palapa which is stunning, and then you go out to the front of the house on the upper patio and you have the most awesum views of all ...
They're not street kids. They're just kids in the neighborhood --maybe being raised by grandparents, maybe sometimes missing a meal or two, always hungry and adorably cute. Heidi, the lady we're renting a room from, feeds them, teaches them to say please and thank you, takes them shopping on their birthdays, entertains them with stories and good advice and generally shows them someone cares.
I'm moved ...
The Puerto Vallarta experience begins as soon as you check in to
the resort. They already start by inviting you to a FREE
lunch, where you can see what the resort has to offer. Of course they entice
you with all these FREE things, like food, drinks, gifts, etc.. All you need to do is spend an hour or so to sit through their time share pitch. NOT!! I was not interested.
I went for a walk on the clean white sand behind the ...
... We did find a fantastic veggie buffet for 80 pesos (about £3.70) each and stuffed ourselves stupid on various concoctions which kept us going for 24hrs.
We stayed in the downtown area of PV, far lovelier than the newer side of PV. It has the more authentic feel of mexico with old cobbled streets, high curbs and street vendors on every corner. Not quite had the courage to try food from the vendors yet ...
... br> Earlier that night Leo & Suzanne guided us to an unexplored part of town (to us, anyway), up a hill and far away. They'd found a perfect sunset spot alongside an abandoned house. The view was awesome! We could see Sayulita beach, Los Muertos, the river that runs through town and the expanse that is the jungle surrounding Sayulita. Hmmm I wonder how long we could squat there before getting evicted! The somewhat inebriated trek back through the jungle in total darkness ...