Laguna del Tule
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Lounging at the pool Saturday we heard about a Mexican fiesta the next night there at the restaurant. With dancers and "especial Dinner" of Mexican tacos, we were in! We LOVE folk dancing whether it's Mexican or Peruvian or Thai. We love the music, the colors, the dancers--it's always great entertainment.
You know how some people will …
We've been here since Tuesday. Shortly after we arrived we realized that there was a lagoon behind us and the Pacific Ocean in front, with a strong breeze from the ocean. The lagoon had a big sign saying "Peligro Cocodrilos" and after some moments we did actually see a five or six foot crocodile in the lagoon. The next day we were out walking the …
... the most of it we headed out and about again. We were keen to try jet skiing, but unfortunately failed in our attempt to rent them and headed on to meet Katies friends; they lived nearby, hailed from Mexico and Canada and came complete with an incredibly cute chihuahua. We met up at the marina, which reminded me of Londons St Katherines dock and whilst waiting for the last in our party, settled down for a drink and some nibbles. The drinks were the biggest margaritas ...
... themselves anymore other than that
first day encounter.
So tonight, I will hand them a
Christmas card with a few bills and my daughter's calling card. The
money may not be enough or too little but my daughter's card may go a
long way toward a new hope and a new beginning for them. Whether I
am on land or in the water, it does not matter, my values do not
change. Christmas still means sharing. For people who do not have a
... our shopping in old town. We were told that the silver here was the best and not to buy silver elsewhere in old town as it might not be the same quality. Getting back on the bus we headed to the tequila plant.
On the way there we learned a little history about the area and how Puerto Vallarta has changed from a fishing village to a tourist haven. Mostly it has to do with the movie industry (Night of the Iguana and Predator were filmed here). John Huston bought property ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLaguna del Tule Puerto Vallarta
This is such a nice RV park and hotel complex. Beautiful, well cared for grounds, lovely pool with swim up bar, palapa restaurant totally open to ocean breezes and view of sunsets, and a lagoon with lot of birds dashing about. The hotel and restaurant are painted and decorated with great care and there's an office with really friendly people too. There's a guy with a kiosk right on the grounds with great little dresses at reasonable prices and you can order custom made ones also--delivered next day. Town is a bit of a hike away but there's a small store with essentials close and another only a block away. We're parked right on the beach and enjoy wonderful cooling breezes every day. You get the sunrise over the lagoon and the sunset over the bay--gorgeous.
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