Sierra Lago Resort & Spa
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... it up right here in Paradise Village. It couldn’t have been easier. For anyone contemplating renting a car down here, here’s a tip: rent online. It’s MUCH cheaper. The other thing is don’t expect to rent a car model you have ever heard of. We rented a Nissan March. The vehicle companies here are the same as home: Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota, etc. The models however are, pardon the pun, foreign. Ford has a true ...
Trip to San Sebastian del Oeste, Jalisco
"This Spanish colonial town dates back to 1605, when it was a gold and silver mining center, once housing over 4,000 people. Today, San Sebastian is a retreat, hidden from the tourists of Puerto Vallarta, and home to only about 600 citizens."
We took the bus from PV to San Sebastian and it took us almost 2 hours as the bus stopped often to pick up ...
I few weeks before I planned, I am now back in Chapala. There was some business that needed to be taken care of. I am sorry if you missed my entrees, but there is nothing that could be done about that.
Hope to see/hear from you soon,
Finally underway! Not that I was antsy, but the trip had to start sometime.
Our last night in Mascota we were sent off with a fond farewell dinner at July's house. Our friends Pati & Carol came over, as it was a farewell for Carol, too, who was going with her son to visit family in California. It was an evening rich in laughs and flirtations. I sang Britney Spears while Mike & Kodi helped in the kitchen. In the morning our buddy Juan came over to accompany us ...
The Sunday following our quick jaunt to Guad we went over to Pati & Carol's house for an afternoon of food and games. We set up Mike's slackline in the back yard and I spent some time in the kitchen with Pati, learning some authentic and delicious Mexican recipes. See below for camarones a la diabla, a cucumber appetizer, and peppers in a cream sauce. Later, we played basketball on their court and ...