Estancia San Carlos
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... shlep but worth it for the remote beach with very few people lining the beach loungers laid out. Coming from the busy main beaches of Puerto Vallartas, Yelapa was a lovely step change and though the sea was colder, with a strong undercurrent, it was a stunning and extremely relaxing place to spend the afternoon. We lunched on ceviche and yet more margaritas and later headed back on the last boat of the day. The following day was my last full day by the beach and keen ...
... cooks whose families, and
properties were affected by the devastating typhoon Haiyan last
I felt really sorry for them and I
tried to cheer them up as best as I could by saying “As long as
everybody is alive and not hurt, you will be okay.|” They agreed
and nodded their heads, after all what can they do in their
situation. As they sweat their way out everyday cooking for all the
passengers, they ...
... rodeo and the seahorse
We then walked to the church which is not really a cathedral but just a parish church dedicated to the Guadalupe. The crown on the top had to be replaced after the earthquake in 1995. As it was Easter Sunday we were unable to see much of the inside but will come back when we explore the town on our own. We then walked about two blocks and waited for a bus. The bus took us to a jewelry store where we stopped to shop and have a drink. The ...
... his car. He has offered to drive us to neighbouring towns and hot spots in PVR for a mere $250 pesos. We think we may call him on Monday night for some Tuesday travels (he's a legit tour guy). Sad that most of these incredible HARD HARD HARD working people make 240 pesos a day. In Canadian....that is a meesly $18/day. PER DAY! I make more than that in an hour and they work 12 hour HARD days to support their families for $18 a day Canadian?! Unreal to ...
... out through the speakers. Several of the crew were dressed up like characters you would imagine in a 1980s MJ video.
"Amigos! It's showtiiiime!" I recognized Carlos' voice from our previous snorkeling excursion to Las Marietas. The dancing and singing show was enjoyable, and helped to distract us from the cold until we finally arrived at Las Caletas. Everyone deboarded in droves, and aimlessly followed the candles that laid out a path to the center of ...