Mayan Palace Nuevo Vallarta
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... were both in our rooms changing we heard Alex squealing "MARY MARY MARY". There was a crab in the pool. Not a little sand crab... a crab about the size of my fist. After we removed the dead crab from the pool, Alex and Mary continued swimming while i relaxed inside.
What crazy and exiting day! I am exited for the adventures to come!
With warm smiles and wanderlust,
... Cruz and dropped the anchor in about 25 feet of water. We rigged up the dinghy and headed for shore. The Sunday market, as always, had an amazing assortment of trinkets to look at and/or buy as well as excellent food and live music.
The kids desire was to see as much of the bay as is possible in one week. With that as our general plan, Monday morning we got up with the goal of ending up in Punta de Mita for the night. It was ...
... corners here is to avoid free standing ATM’s. They can be hacked. We have heard several stories of folks having funds withdrawn from their bank but no cash coming out of the machine. The advice is to only withdraw money from a bank ATM during banking hours so if there is a problem you can go in the bank and get help. We have gotten money twice from an ATM at a Mega figuring we could get help should we need it. Fortunately, we have not had ...
... Xcaret in the main hotel. Not only did the Markie clan arrive in huge numbers, but Gina's mother also came from the Philippines for the special event. Among the several guests were Rak and Loa, artists from Mazatlan, and their family. Their youngest daughter was the flower girl at the Markie wedding...she is now married with a young daughter!
The month ended on a sailing ...
... problems in these parts.
Sharon dragged us through the gauntlet of taxi drivers and young children offering the "best deals" . Sharon explained that across the road from the airport the cabs were less expensive. We hopped into an beater car with no visible seat belts, a cross swinging from the rear view mirror ( hmmmm) and windows that were reluctant to close. With lots of good cheer, the taxi driver weaved through PV ...