Hotel O'Hara Marlene
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... Vallarta, and the entire Banderas Bay area, from Punt de Mita to the north, Boca de Tomatlan and Yolapa to the south. It is breath taking to look out from, and is also breath taking to look back into as you see the Casa from the street. It is quite the place, and compared with other places I have seen and visited here in the Bay area we are quite lucky.
I guess I will get into our daily activities when I continue, and we have been having ...
... On our short walk to the bus stop we passed upholsterers, iron workers, garages, mechanics, wood shops, tiny tiendas, families spilling out on to the sidewalk to eat dinner--visit--cook.
Only two people on our block spoke English and that includes our hostess.
Out our kitchen window we could hear trucks go by selling strawberries, avocados, propane, mattresses, scrap metal, ...
... to them. After several attempts, and trying to strike up some small
talk, they would find out that I was not there on vacation and I was living in Mexico,
they finally dropped me like a hot potato. It was not a comfortable experience.
I was glad to see them go.
The following day, I took the local buses up to Nuevo Vallarta to pick up Alyssa and Josh and we took another return bus to downtown PV. We had lunch and walked around ...
... live music in the evenings. they speak english, and spanish and can help you out with tours and directions. heading south in the morning or at lunch cause we will probally miss the first bus because of the 5 hour time change. next post will be from barra de navidad. ...
... br> After breakfast April and I sunbathe for the last time and talk about our future and our decisions. I videoed the sounds of the ocean on my phone so I could take it with me and remember the bliss.
Pablo is there and we are off to the airport. PV airport is calm and easy. We go for Carl's fries and feel like rebels. They packed us a veggie lunch for the ...