Raintrees Villa Vera Puerto Vallarta
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... enjoyed a buffett at the little Italian (ha ha ha!) Restaurant that is part of several shops here on the grounds of the hotel / condo. It was good food wirh a nice variety. one item we particularly enjoyed was Mahi Mahi. Being tired, a tad goofy ( Yes more than usual), we could not figure out how much the bill was going to be. Of course it was in Pesos...420.30. Hmmmmm...just paid it and figured it out when we returned to the condo. Grand total was ...
... beach side apartment in Sayulita. And within days from now we will probably purchase our next two one-way tickets. From Puerto Vallarta to Havana, Cuba, and from Havana to Sao Paulo, Brazil. We figure by the time we arrive in Sao Paulo we would have been on the road about 3 months.
After that? I suppose a month in Brazil. Then? Well, by then our own little coastal town of Capitola will be coming into the glory of spring.
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Puerto Vallarta is in the centre of the sweeping 25 mile Banderas Bay, which is one of the worlds' deepest natural bays. There are many dolphins and whale species around, and also sea turtles. This the town where Elizabeth Taylor and Ric*********** set up home together and ET gained her divorce here. Native American ...
Although Zacatecas was very inviting we managed to pull ourselves away on Saturday to begin our final full day in the FJ.
The last part of our drive that day was on the smallest highway we encountered and some of the most amazing. This, of course, was where our camera ran out of battery! We wound our way through roads that were more often canopied with lush green trees than not. The mountain side was dripping with exotic flowers and vines as we rambled our way ...