Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
``Donde esta Wal-mart ?" I asked as we got into the port of
Puerto Vallarta. In reply, a local smiled and pointed just across
the road from where we were standing.
You might think that we are the
proverbial North American shoppers who can't
stop, but it is so easy to forget something when you are going on a
long trip like this. Bert asked me if we had a bottle of mouthwash
and I was not ...
... per room. Zihuatanejo- Adrianita´s Hostel. Mangos 25, Centro, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero. Cute little hostel in a great location. Clean rooms with fans and hot showers. Main area has hammocks and a shared kitchen. $125 MXN per person. Puerto Escondido- Tower Bridge Backpackers. Oceano Antarico No.1 Puerto Escondido. Really relaxed atmosphere. This place has a nice pool, hammocks and a bar. The owner Steve is a really nice guys and makes you feel pretty welcome. $80 per ...
... to read and relax.
We spent the rest of the afternoon and early evening by the pool relaxing and reading. We decided that we were going to go to the World Café for supper rather than one of the other restaurants. The buffet has quite a number of different dishes all of which were good. The wine that is provided wasn’t bad and there was lots of it. After eating we went back to our room to watch the season premiere of Game of Thrones and the go to bed. Yes we were able to get ...
... like I had gotten pinched! We kept walking but then as the pain got worse, I decided I'd rather be OUT of the sand, away from salt water and closer to our hotel. So we walked back.
Once I got it cleaned off, the pain seemed to lessen a wee bit. It could have been a crab biting me telling me to get off his back OR it could have been a bee sting, it was windy and I had passed a bee on the beach earlier that had been knocked by the wind and was ...
... 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 ...