Paloma del Mar Hotel
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... to our west, ½ a km down the hill from us is Lay’s Groceries. This is another chain store, maybe likened to No Frills, and is very Mexican, but in the last few years has added a large number of Gringo signage to their product. It is also, according to Angie, a great place to shop. But, and a there is also a but, my very favorite place to shop for groceries in all of PV is just a walk down the hill from us, and it is the 5 de Diciembre Market.
I stop in the 5 ...
... from our friends that winter there each year. We decided a bird in the hand was better than two in the bush, so we have rented the one in SMA for Feb. We have also decided to rent the one in Ajijic for the month of March if the agent can get the paperwork sorted and the roof on in time.
After Ajijic, we drove to PV, a day early, went to Costco and Walmart and stocked up on all sorts of stuff that one needs for ...
The Puerto Vallarta experience begins as soon as you check in to
the resort. They already start by inviting you to a FREE
lunch, where you can see what the resort has to offer. Of course they entice
you with all these FREE things, like food, drinks, gifts, etc.. All you need to do is spend an hour or so to sit through their time share pitch. NOT!! I was not interested.
I went for a walk on the clean white sand behind the ...
... country with a
wide array of terrain, spectacular vistas, gorgeous sunrises/sunsets, and warm-hearted people. We are looking forward to leaving for the South Pacific this year and all the new adventures that await us. It will not be without a bit of sadness, leaving behind Mexico, which has been so welcoming to us for the past couple of years.
We have seen that 2011 has presented many people in the ...
... tempted to go back for another one this afternoon.
Bought a cream pastry, a coconut tart and a coconut cheese cake from the bakery. I ate the coconut tart I bought from La Yarita (a delicious combination of shaved coconut with a light custard in a soft sweet pastry shell- luckily I haven’t discovered Mexican cakes before now otherwise I would have put on a lot more weight than I already have) as I walked to Esquina de los Caprichos – a Spanish tapas restaurant ...