Suites Plaza Del Rio
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... and hit a
rock bar Saturday night and partied till the wee hours. Drove to a
beautiful, very quiet little beach a few km south of PV and chilled out there. I walked
a lot; around the old town, strolled Cuale island which is on the edge of the old town, and of course the Malecon. Drank
lots of coffee at various cafes, tried lots of different restaurants and
roadside stalls, and read a lot.
After more than a week, I finally enjoyed ...
... It was late in the afternoon, so the sun was nearly setting and there were no tourists out there. BUT, there were
dozen’s of vendors. It seemed that their radar went on and they swarmed me like
a pack of wild dogs. They were selling everything from jewelry to trinkets, to
cigars. And if you didn’t want that, they could get you marijuana, cocaine and
hookers!! They wanted to sell you something, anything, and a polite no was not
... ring from the seat right by Joanna.
We couldn’t help but giggle uncontrollably, and it was made even funnier by the fact that no one else on the bus so much as flinched. The old man in front of us continued his empty stare out the window. The old caballero to our left lowered his straw hat and brushed his moustache. The lady behind us stayed clutching her purse and looking blankly ahead at the front of the bus. It’s like he wasn’t ...
... Vallarta has been in the business of catering to tourists for a long time.
Today we had scheduled two stops… both at tequila factories. After the stops we were told we would also be stopping somewhere for a bit to shop. I like shopping so okay by me. This was an early tour and would be over by 1:00pm so we had the rest of our day in Puerto Vallarta. Today's weather forecast was for 97 degrees with 100% humidity. The storm ...
... wasn't too crazy about it!), then shaved the hair around the wound with my razor and tried to tape it together with some tape they had. It wasn't working and finally Laurel said she thought I needed to go to the hospital for a stitch in it. I trusted her judgement and complied. Thinking the language might be a problem depending where they took me, I asked if Rigoberta could go with us as I knew he was still at work at the restaurant. The one medical tech ...