Hotel Suites la Siesta
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Our main waiter was born in Mexico but lived most of his life in LA! He came back to Puerto Vallarta as he feels it is a great and perfect place to live. He is a very family oriented individual.
The food was unsurpassed. For an appetizer, we chose their amazing giant coconut shrimp served on some mustard sauce surrounding a small bit of leek and potatoes.
Marilyn had the beef medallions and I had the pecan crusted perch.
... contracts. Ahwell. The other youthies area great group and they've kept this contract a fun one so far!
Worked 6-10pm for Mexican Night where the kids painted Mexican flags and did Mexican trivia to win prizes. We did facepaint and games and then went to Skywalker's Nightclub for Family Disco time! I passed out glow stick necklaces for all the kids and had some extras to give to parents. One mother kept coming back and trying to take them from me to give to ...
... down here. Things like that. And then, another woman approached the table, behind him, and put her arms on his shoulders. He looked up at her, surprised and as she took a seat on the other side of him and placed her hand on his knee, he leaned in to talk with her. I noticed her glance at me. She didn't smile.
I started to piece together what was going on here.
I think, perhaps, that Henry was the charming bachelor in town for the week, wooing ...
... But I offer a couple pics to prove they are out there. We arrive at the entrance to Banderas Bay around 3pm after a 32 hour trip and have to finesse the entrance to avoid awash pinacle rocks. Tense when you're tired, but we arrive safe at Marina Riviera Nayarit in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle around 5pm. We are considering staying in this beautiful part of Mexico for the summer instead of Paradise Marina further into the bay.
The next morning we ...
... 8211; two Margaritas for 25 pesos, or $1 each! Read on the veranda then walked along the beach until the bars ran out and found a place called walked back to a bar called Fedicio’s next to a little arched bridge which had a great view of the bay and the mountains to the south and looked to be the perfect place to take some photos of the sunset.
Sunset was still 30 minutes away so I ordered a Tequila Sunrise and sat at a table on the sand a read some more ...