Puerto De Luna All-Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... table with a massive margarita) on a Skype call to her bank / credit card company, saying that her card was stolen, and that she noticed a bunch of charges in Mexico....so that's her game.
The second night was a little more subdued, though we still went out to JB's and met the same crew...minus Renee. This time there was also a donkey walking through the bar because....why ask questions? The sign outside of a donkey kissing a dude in ...
... was always high on my list of things to do. Not that I really have a list, otherwise it would all go to **** anyway!
Checked into my first hostel in Mexico – not bad after being here a month, then spent the first day, as always, exploring the nearby area(s).
First impressions… annoying touts, horrendous 80s style bars and dogshit music, almost unbearable heat (I just ended up wearing the same vest and shorts there to stop me sweating ...
... 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 ...
... we tell him the boss at the gate has said we can have this and with raised eyebrows he replies, “That’s what he said”, and looks to the entrance, then back at us and nods his head, and then says “I own the place, but I guess he is the boss, no problem”. Well, we enjoyed an excellent meal, coconut shrimp and clam chowder, both freshly made, as an app, then fish (deep fried, fresh Red Snapper) and chips and clam chowder as a meal. With drinks around 500 ...