Comfort Inn Puerto Vallarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Puerta Vallarta is a busy tourist town, but there are still some cosy haunts and deserted beaches to be found. With new companions and seemingly endless days of sunshine, this was the perfect spot to spend my last few days by the sea. After leaving my Mexican family in Guadalajara, I hopped on a bus to Puerto Vallarta. The bus was actually the best bus I'd been on in Mexico; the kind with fully reclining seats that I was used to in Argentina and Chile and dreamed of on ...
... powerful nonetheless. I thought I could fight through it but the morning of day four, I said, ya basta! I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore! And I kind of looked like Peter Finch in Network as I screamed it (well more like moaned it, I was so weak), minus the trenchcoat because I'm in PV and that would have just been weird. Yes, it is most probable that I was getting slightly delirious by this ...
... were only three large shrimp in the shrimp cocktail but it tasted good; the chicken wings (there were 3 huge ones) were a tough. On the menu the fillet was called a 12 ounce but really was only a six ounce. They were delicious. Dessert was okay; Ann enjoyed the brownie but found the ice cream to be flavourless, Dave's pie was really a tart but the sorbet was good.
After eating we took a walk and went back to our ...
... resort properties in Nuevo we saw some little crabs hanging out. I got a couple of super cool close up pics and once they started moving, I got the heck out of there. They are creepy things. How do folks eat them?
There was a bunch of dead crabs washed up and banged up against the rocks. Their little body parts just kind of lying around. And there were these little holes. Everywhere in the wet sand, these perfect holes. Inside of them, little ...
... The view of the pacific and a gorgeous sunset with palm trees and a small river leading to the ocean, birds, small dinghy's floating about, and children playing in the water and the sand. A Norman Rockwellian Mexican Moment.
I was now traveling alone, so I stayed in a hostel one block from the Malecon and main drag of ElCentro a clean place, for about 18 bucks a night. One of my roomie's a young woman from London, had been here for ...