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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... We still had one suitcase that had
been unopened. It was half full of
toiletries and the rest were presents for friends and family whom we
were going to meet during this trip. I had a wishful thought and
didn't want to unpack this suitcase in case the cabin fairy gave us
an upgrade to a balcony.
This was our first time in Puerto Vallarta.
From the dock, there are cobbled stone streets that run all the way to the ...
... a dorm bed Mazunte- 1st night- La Isla. The rooms were basic but pretty cute however there's no fan so the room were got as hell. $80 MXN per person for a dorm bed. 2nd night. The hostel right next to the beach on the left hand side. The dorm beds were $80 MXN per person. These rooms were cooler and the beds were fine. We didn't get pillows as they didn't have any, the that was fine. Oaxaca- Hostal Los Amigos Oaxaca Av Hidalgo 1011, Centro Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico. Standard ...
After we got up, Dave went to get towels for the beach so he could hold us a spot. We then went to get coffee at the coffee bar. It makes great espresso and cappuccino. Dave had the espresso and Ann the cappuccino. We then went to visit with the Timon Tours rep. After hearing about what tours we could get we decided on booking the city and tequila tour for the next day. There are a lot of tours available but we just want ...
... the sand, but where I was walking it was WET and the waves had been going over that area over and over again so the odds of a bee living in that water is not good. Other than a nawing pain all day, I've had no other major symptoms.
Once we got back to the hotel, we thought lunch was finally in order. We went to a restaurant called Taco Break. A little trolly ride just outside of our resort area. I had Quesadillas and Theresa had tacos. They were ...
... something was going on. Any excuse! We'd hear and see the fireworks from our window, hear cheering, live music and Radio Sayulita broadcasting live from the plaza.
Our last night in town was coincidentally on Thanksgiving day and the day of the Land-owner's festival. We headed to the live mariachi show with Anne and some other friends. That's where Anne learned the Mexican jumping dance! The Lees made a feeble attempt. We really need to learn these Latin dances ...