InterContinental Presidente Puerto Vallarta
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... 24/7 - it was indescribable. Our hotel had 2 buffets, 6 a la carte restaurants (ranging from sushi to steak to Mexican), and a swim-up bar which all served food. Because we arrived while the hotel was still new, we got an insane deal: $800/ person for a week of unlimited food, drinks, and activities. BEST BIRTHDAY ...
... one of the local buses (75 cents US) and got off right down in the centre of the town. The promenade along the waterfront is different and has certainly added to the scenery. It was lovely to walk along looking at the different shops that sell anything and everything that one would like to have. When we were here in 1990 I bought some shorts from some peddlers walking along the beach and have just thrown out one pair so ...
... rested, and I intend to. I haven't even had a cocktail of any kind, a beverage of any kind actually, aside from water, in 2 days! Nothing! Not even wine... can you imagine? I know. What is that about?! Who AM I?! Kaley said she's going to call of our friendship if I don't re-develop my wine habit before I come home. The scariest bit is, I don't even care. I even have a few bottles in the kitchen right now, at my disposal, and I haven't even been tempted to pop one ...
... we didn't want to anchor in the dark.We settled for the night but got distracted by the glare from the hotels.This was tourist city. The night was calm and in the morning,we missed the weather forecast as we hadn't changed our watches to local time (Pacific -2),but sailed 9nm to our chosen anchorage La Cruz,when about to anchor the wind came up from 10-20knots,we dropped the sails and chose a spot at the back of the fleet (for safety and our size),when bang ...
... some decorated with flying cows, cheeky monkeys, and all services by young Mexicanos attempting to entice us with $1 margaritas.
Sara's arrival was approaching quickly, so we returned to our Versa to pick up the pretty Asian to complete the Mexican Team of Vancouverites!
Upon exiting the airport, we spotted what could've been an old F150 surrounded by 12 Mexicans. We all knew exactly what was to come - they were ALL getting into the truck! Dave, being ...