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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
Ma premiere rencontre avec une tortue marine
Mexico - West Coast 18th May - 23rd May Days 110 - 115 Jon and I travelled to the Mexican Baja Peninsula for one purpose only, to dive with Hamerhead sharks. The waters off the Baja peninsula are renowned for the big stuff, so we spent a few days travelling down to Cabo San Lucas (US vacation central) in the hope of booking onto a dive trip to see …
... they have no rims for my bike. No problem they said (they always say that), they can heat it up and bang it back into place. When they removed the tire to do this we also noticed a slight crack running along the center of the rim. No problem they said, we can solder some aluminum to the crack and fix that too. Ok, let's do it! I couldn't ride very far on that front rim and tire as is. I had made an appointment at the BMW dealer in Guadalajara to get the electrical ...
... restaurants, stores, pharmacies and houses were
very Mexican and nothing like the places down the road. BUT, the people and
vendors did not bother us. They were not haunting us like they did in town.
Polite beunos dias and passa-le’s were the common greetings, no pressure sales
tactics or annoying questions. We did not feel pressured and were not stressed
I had been to PV in the past, for short one week vacations, but ...
After finally arriving in downtown Puerto Vallarta, we stopped for tacos and margaritas right along the boardwalk, where everyone spoke English relatively proficiently. The beach and cobblestone setting made for a romantic stroll, and everyone appeared to be in a delightful mood, embodying the simple pleasures on which Mexicans get by. We ventured off onto one of the side streets, where I felt like I had finally seen the real Mexico. Everything looked ...