Garza Blanca Preserve, Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... afternoon in nearby Sayulita. The beach is beautiful there and not too busy; the sea was pretty rough, but after my surf school experience, I felt comfortable braving the waves. The following day, I splashed out and moved next door to the hotel, owned by same people as the hostel. With a sea view and a pool, I knew I'd made the right decision on where to finish up my time at the beach. After my early morning move, Katie and I hopped on a boat over to Yelapa, a bit ...
... 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 ...
... nice. We got changed and then went to explore the resort. They were having a Mexican Fiesta on the beach complete with meal and entertainment so that is what we decided to do for supper. The food was excellent and the entertainment not too bad. It started with some dancers in costume of the Mayan’s I would guess. After a bit that got boring, it was all the same, and then one started playing with fire. Not bad but not that great either. ...
... decided to hit the gourmet burger bar. EXCEPT on our way to the room we had to stop at Concierge to ask about Turtle releasing today. To Theresa's insane excitement, they had turtles that had hatched and were ready to be released. A quick change, a 35 peso cab ride to a neighbouring hotel and we were at the hotel where they release the turtles with 90 minutes of time to kill before they did, we sat in the sand and we waited.
This is one of the ...
... Some people on the bus had told us to try the Cheeky Monkey Restaurant which we did. It was on the second floor overlooking Banderas Bay and we saw some whales out there while we were having margaritas for a $1 and a pasta dinner. Another great remembrance and spot we will have to go back to again!
One night after dinner and visiting with Rigoberta we walked down to the lobby to check out the evening entertainment. It hadn't started so we ...