Vallarta Shores International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... When I walked away, it came down to $70 until he reached $20, but I was strong. They are very persistent, even annoying, but apparently they only earn about $5 day.
After the Tequila ranch we went into the city but I think the tour guide was on commission at the shopping centre, taking us again to his mates. As it was after 3.15 and Johnny had not had lunch, we found a Burger King for him to have some food and as ...
... getting in his way. Scott figured that "holas" was another term for gringo. It made sense to us because the locals only hear gringos say"hola" cuz that's all most of us know. We figured they created a slang word based on that.
However, fast forward to today when we learned that the word waves in Spanish is "olas". The Surfer in the water, in Costa Rica was not cursing Scott , he was cursing the waves! Lol we told our instructor this story and she laughed so ...
... sleepy and quiet. We spent about 30 minutes wandering around and then ended up becoming part of a confusing organization to get us on a new bus. We were asked (our group of 6) to split up and they needed 4 to leave immediately on a big bus. There was a group of 4 people that knew each other and they left, although we had quickly made friends with two sisters and they briefly hesitated about going with their couple friend and at last minute went after making sure ...
Wow! February 26! What happened to January and most of February!
Guess pools of natural hot water slow the mind.
These pics were taken on a day trip offered by Tony, an old friend from Gus and Lupita's. A really awesome day through the mountains and backroads of the area.
... driver, he then got up and grabbed our bags and dropped them on the dirt road with a big smile on his face. Oh well, so much for my ten week Spanish course back in 2006. We had to walk the remaining 3 miles with our big packs on our back down the narrow dirt roads. We found a little bar on the way so we stopped for a super cheap beer and nacho combo. Great local food for a couple of dollars each.
The tardis of surfer town ...