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Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta
Tuesday journey into Puerto Valllarta started with breakfast at Memos in town. The owner and staff know Carol and Stefan and treated us very well. Carol drove Stefan home while Liz and I strolled downtown and visited touristy shops and the waterfront. Carol came back downtown and showed us some very interesting places.There are many Canauks that have settled here and established their own business. ...
... and do some souvenir shopping. The trip requires two buses but luckily no running across a freeway! They had a great time shopping and haggling with the vendors. It really is a lot of fun if you’re in the mood for it. We also strolled down the Malecon. We have mentioned the Malecons before. They are wide paved promenades along the waterfront. This one has quite a few large and interesting statues to see. On the way home we got ...
... and then we could have a shirodhara treatment or herbal enema. I opted for the former not the latter. Though I had one of those earlier in the week and I got really high from the experience. I am not sure what they put in the herbs.
Christina had said the night before that January 14 was important, it was a high holy day in the Hindu calendar and she was going to chant in the morning. It ...
... to Joanna, as I boarded the Frontier Airlines flight heading nonstop to Puerto Vallarta. All I could see were seats adorned with families and elderly vacationers clad in Hawaiian shirts. There was one guy that sat directly in front of us who looked just like the rapper Ice Cube, and he even had the trademark beard to go with it. The flight attendant notified us that we would be losing our satellite TV signal once we crossed the border into Mexico. I had ...
... didn't show. It would have been fantastically convenient to drive to Cisco's house, where we would have had a nice, calm, clean place to put together our bikes and repack our panniers. I mean, the guy's even got a bike stand. Instead, we were left in the sweltering beehive that is International Arrivals wondering what the hell to do. It was no place for bicycle construction, so with our bikes still in boxes we caught a bus north to Sayulita, a small beach town ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet