Flamingo Vallarta Resort & Marina
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... we doing a brisk business in addition to the Christmas season shoppers.
In 2010, Puerto Vallarta was rated the best place to retire by AARP. Cone Nast rated it as one of the world’s friendliest cities. The first settlement in the area dates to580 BC, but current city was not founded officially until 1851. It is located in ...
... house, emptied the fridge, left instructions for a friend who is cat sitting until my daughter gets home, put my truck on a trickle charger and packed/repacked/packed/repacked at least 100 times.
Now, it is time to go.
Tomorrow we will be in Mexico.
January 18, 2014
Three-fifty in the darkness before dawn comes altogether too early in the morning. Trying to go to sleep at 10pm last night was useless and I ...
... gente. Primero, en la mañana, vamos a un orfanato para jugar con los niños; y me dijo Will que hay una clase de inglés a que puedo ayudar. Espero que tenga razón. Me encanta hablar en español-menos cuando me está tratando de vender algo. Jaja. Pero en serio. We arrived in Puerto Vallarta yesterday and our leader here, Will brought us to a fish taco restaurant. I haven't tried one before and I tried one; wasn't bad. Then we went to our hotel and it wasn't ...
... had to wait another day. Tuesday morning, as we were taking the boat over to the customs agent for a check-out inspection, we spoke with the local weather router in Puerto Vallarta. He indicated that we should have left a few days ago with all the other boats, “Get out of here ASAP,” he said. When we arrived at the port captain’s office, we were shocked when the customs agent was “our friend” who ...
... grew tequila plants all over the land and so next we took the army vans half way down the mountain and ended up at a tequila factory. we did five tastings of regular, dark, light, almond, coffee tequila. i like the regular the best. the coffee was good but would have to be mixed with something. it was awesome to learn how my fav liquor was made!
as long and fabulous as it had been, our day in PV ...