Flamingo Vallarta Resort & Marina
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... ever come across and the nibbles included guacamole skillfully and swiftly made right in front of us. We then took giant takeaway cups of our second (and final!) margaritas of the day, and headed to the beach. We were once more headed back to Sayulita for an afternoon of lazing in the sun. The waves were pretty boisterous again and with a combination of margaritas, swimming and sunshine, some of us flaked out in the loungers. As the day drew to a close we made a ...
... things are treasured more. It also means a lot to know
that somebody cares.
I may be far away from my daughter and
her husband and my two grandsons, but she knows that this cruise is
a once in a lifetime experience for me and I know she understands
that. I will be missing my two grandsons reaction as well as my
daughter Charelle's expressions when they open their Christmas
presents, but I hope that they will enjoy the holidays even if ...
... the area became popular for movie stars. President Nixon came here to sign an agreement with the Mexican President; the village paved the roads and created a better airport. The city was not planned to become a tourist destination it just did.
On arrival at the Rancho Verona we were given an explanation of how tequila is made. This ranch only produces 8900 bottles a year. We were given a shot from three different types of tequila from white to brown and then two types ...
... of course), as the act had apparently already started. The theme of the night was ancient Mexican dance rituals and celebrations of the Mayan and Aztec cultures. Large, lit torches were being lobbed across the stage from performer to performer, Aztec warriors were zip-lining from the trees onto the stage, and dancers acrobatically tumbled down the pyramid backdrop. I learned that the pyramid was designed to be a replica of the Templo Mayor, an ancient Aztec temple ...
... make us guacamole at the table, which was very good, and the quesadillas on the house was delivered as well. We decided to split a dinner of an assortment of their foods. A large platter arrived shortly and there was enough for four. We bravely made our way through the cimichanga, enchilada, tamale, and chili relleno. Half way through my drink my lips began to feel somewhat numb. I asked the waiter how many shots were in the ...