Flamingo Vallarta Resort & Marina
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- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Adult pool
- Conference facilities
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... that is way off the beaten track! I will be off the grid for 3 days. I'll be in withdrawal by the time I get back to Mexico City on 2/15!! I found a nice restaurant for dinner. It turned out to be splurge with 2 glasses of vino and a steak! That was not what I intended to have, but it happened!! It's hard to believe that I've only been in Mexico a week (I even had to check my calendar to make sure that was correct!) I'm really looking forward to getting out into the ...
... as we have tickets in a raffle to win a free cruise. The weather is becoming warmer as we head further south. We are finding we need afternoon naps, still getting over our jet lag or that is my excuse. Funny story the chap sitting next to us at breakfast this morning still had the price tag hanging off his shirt. We all had a good laugh when Mark told him about it. We have another day at sea and will arrive at our second last Mexican stop Hautulco on the ...
... only get to when the tide is low as you have to swim under a cove to get there. Got talking to a German and American guy from the boat who were both cool guys – turns out the Kraut was staying at the same hostel – just must’ve been hiding! Then as we got back on the boat to cruise round the islands and do some more snorkelling (the water was murky pap) they announced that the 2-3 hour return trip was an open bar all you can drink – well that ...
... and we were ready to go. Dois had started the engine and was eyeballing the dock lines when the radio chirped up with the morning's Cruiser's Net. The Net started in an unusual way; with a warning. The storms had generated a bit of a swell and the marina entrance appeared to have shoaled a bit, that is... to have built up a sand bar and made it more shallow than usual. The night before a sail boat had come into the narrow, now very shallow entrance ...
so we asked the bus driver to tell us when to get off the bus as it was quite vague. he didnt and we missed our stop. we got off as soon as we realised as we had to chaneg buses to get back to punta de mita. luckily we saw one across the road and made it just in time. took an hour to get from busceria to punta de mita dn it was dark by time we got there.got off bus and there was no roads, no taxis no signs of life, so we walked down a suburban ...