Vallarta Sun Suites & Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... up to the balcony with chocolate and cocoanut muffins to enjoy with our coffee. Sitting here enjoying coffee and pastries on the balcony, watching the joggers go by, is beginning to make me feel guilty! Definitely need to adjust the diet when I get back home!
Some folks were concerned with security here in PV. There really isn't a problem. The police cruise around on segways and there has been no sign of trouble. Everyone is friendly ...
... the rain! In the morning, my purse had somehow magic-ed up 240 pesos (£12) and a business card from an American couple I met while waiting in the toilet queue, who had offered me a job in Mexico City as an English teacher, as they're hiring in the new year...... The bus back to Guadalajara wasn't quite the standard I'm used to with the individual screens in the back of the chair, and so I was almost forced to watch a Kiera Knightley period drama.... Back in Guadalajara, on the ...
... see how fresh it was. Ann and Dave choose to have a combination for two which had a little bit of everything. We sat with a couple from Montréal. He was originally from Morocco and she was originally from Lebanon. We had a great visit with them throughout the lunch. They also ordered the combination for two. The meal included four shrimp (very large shrimp two different kinds), a red snapper, four fillets of some type of fish and a small lobster. It turned out that Anna and ...
... few Americans are traveling and that has really hurt Mexico.
So if you can travel here. You should. It's beautiful, safe, fun and the people are HAPPY, helpful and sweet.
We got dropped off at our hotel's front door and when I gave Andres his tip, I also gave him two Catholic medallions I was holding. One was St. Christopher/St. Francis and the other St. Anthony and someone else. They are little medallions I travel with to keep me safe (always ...
Monday 3 January we took a 40 minute boat ride to the village of Yelapa. There is a road but it is very poor, takes hours, and is used mainly to transport building materials when they are needed. En route we saw more whales. Yelapa is a traditional village stretching up the hill from the beach, with stone walled and thatched roof palapas. In addition to the original buildings there are a few newer structures providing accommodation to the hippy community. There are not many but they ...