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... a cab that took us to the old town for
US$12.00. In Puerto Vallarta, taxi fares between zones are posted on
a big bulletin board at the dock. The posting of fares is written
in Mexican pesos and the equivalent in US Dollars on a per zone
basis. There is a central square called Plaza de Armas,
where a Star bucks coffee bar attracts locals and tourists alike for
both coffee and wii-fi. The town is full of colonial architecture.
One of ...
... very nice to. Standard dorm beds with giant lockers to for your whole pack in. Bathroom pretty average. $150 MXN per person for a dorm bed. Margaritas and Eds, El Panchan. Private room with bathroom, was quite cute. Set in the jungle you can hear very thing around you. $260 MXN for the room. Guatemala Atitlan- Santo Domingo- 1st night- Stayed in a garden shed (studio apartment) $150 GQT. This isn't normally a room they would rent out but it was water long weekend and we ...
... are quite strong but after you get past the breaks the water was beautiful. We had lunch at the Barefoot Grill right next to the Marlin Bar where we were getting our drinks. Dave drank mojitos and Ann tried a piņa colada; it was too sweet for her so she went to virgin mojitos. For lunch Ann had tortilla chips, salsa and guacamole and Dave had a burger and fries. Both were good. Around five we decide to check out one of ...
... each or $2.70 Canadian...made sense when he asked how many I wanted. How many Quesadillas? At home, one is plenty! I had two, they were just little ones. Cheese with Pico de Gallo - was YUM! We also tried a Chicken Volcano. A larger size Tortilla chip covered in grilled chicken under a total volcano of cheese. I thought my stomach was gonna be upset but so far, the cheese here does little to bug me. YAY!
After lunch it was time for the pool. ...
... flour, or putting less fish on their fish kebabs. Mmmmm, beach bbq-ed fish kebabs!
We saw (and annoyingly, heard!) loads of events take place in town - Halloween, Day of the Dead, the re-enactment of the Mexican Revolution, Voting rallies, Bahia Cultural festival, and some Land-owners' festival with mariachi bands. That's where Anne learned the Mexican jumping dance! The Lees made a feeble attempt. There were times we weren't even sure what we were celebrating but ...