Puerto De Luna All-Suites Hotel
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... get out of its way.I was laughing so hard as I heard Scott yelling," we're done, we are getting sprayed, game over!" We managed to get to the corner and catch our breath(from laughing so hard). Justas the F'n FOGGER truck turned the corner too! Yup, Scott was right...game over. we watched the guys drive by us, with big smiles, I am sure they thought our marathon run was quite funny.
The good news is that we should be mosquito free for a long while now.
... time, otherwise packed with celluliute and speedos that are probably older than me) bay called Yelapa – only accessible by boat. Hadn’t stopped people shipping quad bikes over there though… but otherwise, it was a pretty authentic and off the beaten track little village… oh and it had an awesome looking waterfall.
Started to walk there, but given it was a week to the day I went to see another secluded waterfall and got attacked, decided ...
... am having a great time...
Stayed at the Marriot Hotel (a 5 star hotel) for my first 5 days in Puerto Vallarta...
Was at a conference... Am not use to staying in luxury hotels like this - it is not my style
- especially the paying for it (2,000 peso´s a nite - my bill was over 10,000 peso´s
when I checked out). It is sort of fun staying at a luxury ...
... The flavoured tequila has only about half the alcohol content of normal type and can be used not only for drinking but in cooking or just drizzled over ice cream as a desert.
We drove to a nearby village which had a cluster of restaurants on the banks of a small river, all open to the air and sheltered beneath thatched rooves. There were a group of guys selling horse rides and another group running a zipline over the water – similar to the one I saw in St Lucia ...
... to get into the trade winds in order to get moving at a decent speed to try and catch up with everyone. About 8 o’clock in the evening all of our wind died. We bobbled around all evening and then again the following morning. Finally, Craig decided that we would motor for an hour in order to keep us from going backwards in the still conditions. When he fired off the engine, we were shocked to learn that one of the blades on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet