Hotel Catedral Vallarta
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We are back in Mexico. We have rented an apartment in PV. We start Spanish classes on Monday. 5 hours a day Mon-Fri plus optional evening activities(cooking class, soccer game, night out on the town)
The people we have rented from are great. They have full time jobs and own property as well as run a Mex Pets dog rescue here in PV. Needless to say they LOVE dogs.
We are still getting the lay of the land, but really like PV so far. We can walk ...
... Connor, Logan and I re sharing a huge room. It has three small beds and two huge beds, a really nice bathroom and a balcony that overlooks the street. It also has a little pool and it's pretty. We had orientation at five o clock in the lobby and it was SO boring. Rick, the organizer, talked for what seemed like hours. Then, we went to another restaurant. We finished late (for dinner anyways)-8:30-and Connor and I were exhausted because we didn't sleep ...
... It was very expensive to golf in PV so we only did it once to say we were there.
Karen checked off another bucket list adventure, she swam with the dolphins and loved it. She came back to the resort like a little kid with a big smile on her face, giggling and a kick in her step. I think that is the day she had the extra dirty monkey drink. When you are at the resort and spend your day doing almost the same thing every ...
... finding his soulmate at a fruit stand by the roadside.
We arrive in the costal resort town of Puerto Vallarta. It is only meant to be a comfort stop, but here I experience my first, real, Pacific coast sunset. It looks like any other sunset, we take some nice photos as the light fades. And then it explodes. A glorious painting of reds, yellows, oranges and pinks. It was as if a sky firework had ...
Our time in Puerta Vallarta is coming to an end. We have been able to visit most of the sites and interesting towns within a days travel, and have walked almost every street of the town (at least once). After leaving Los Tules and moving into Posada Iris we quickly learned the rhythms of life here. We are awoken between 7.45 and 8am every morning by the man who drives a truck up and down each street delivering replacement gas cylinders (no mains gas supply). ...