Garza Blanca Preserve, Resort & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of making tequila. Very interesting, especially the part where we got to taste many, many different kinds of tequila.
On the way back, we got to stop at a market to see the local handcrafts. It was a great tour and we could stay here for a while, so laid back.
Lunch was again in the Lido, same old salads, cookies. We did manage a 45 minute walk along the deck and took in the sites of Vallarta from ...
... was a giant orange glow.
Hand in hand we joined the crowd and waited for the moment everybody was waiting for. This is where I began to think that our life has been so beautiful and
blessed. In an afternoon like this, I may not have the diamonds that
Elizabeth Taylor received from Ric***********; but we certainly have
had so many precious journeys together. The memories of those
journeys for the past seventeen years including this one ...
Again morning as usual except Dave did not get any chairs set aside as we are going to the city today; shopping. After breakfast we got a taxi and headed to the glass shop. We were asked to pick up some glass for Ann's aunt. The glass store has lots of different glass patterns so we got the right one had them pack it up and said we would be back later to pick it up. No need to carry it all over Puerto Vallarta.
We walked from the glass shop towards the Boardwalk shopping ...
... to continue our little tour.
Next stop, a small little market off the side of the road. Here I bought two beautifully painted tiles and got a small one for free because one of the other tour guests bought a bigger one and was offered a small one for free so they offered it to me too. I'm excited to frame them. We also got a good view of Los Arcos, two incredible rocks sitting in the ocean much like the arch in Cabos except this arch was a little ...
... lagoon to keep everyone safe from the crocs. If there's no
other reports after this one, that means one of the crocs got under
the fence. There was one huge croc, at least 15 feet long, and
several others in the 6 foot range. Kind of neat to see.
After checking out the crocs, and
purchasing some fresh fish, we came back to camp, and Cathie made
delicious Tostadas for lunch. Then it was time to take Kona for his
swim. The waves are smaller here, and Kona had lots of fun. ...