Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... Several restaurants lined the coast where you can get cheap cervezas,
margaritas, and tacos. There is a small craft market selling cheap
souvenirs. There are also bars and restaurants overlooking the
marina and the water providing a perfect spot for watching the
Outside, there were plenty of cabs and locals touting for the tour spots, but it was not
noisy and crowded. One of the places being promoted was the ...
... The beds were comfortable and blankets were provided- its a alot cooler here than places we have been. The bathroom wasnt the best, pretty grotty. One other thing is the dorm room has an all window wall that looks out into the main common room and the light out there stays on all night, so pack an eye mask. It was $80 Mxn per person for a dorm bed in a 10 person mixed dorm. San Cristobal- Hostel Tata Inti. Diego Dugelay 4, Barrio de Guadalupe. San Cristobal. Home away ...
... the majority of our time relaxing by the ocean or the beach. This was a free tour that came with our package.
Next was the Travel club presentation. It took two hours of our time; we ate breakfast during the presentation. It is an interesting idea, you can save a lot of money travelling but the upfront costs to join the club are quite a lot. They tried everything to get you to join from changing the down ...
... each or $2.70 Canadian...made sense when he asked how many I wanted. How many Quesadillas? At home, one is plenty! I had two, they were just little ones. Cheese with Pico de Gallo - was YUM! We also tried a Chicken Volcano. A larger size Tortilla chip covered in grilled chicken under a total volcano of cheese. I thought my stomach was gonna be upset but so far, the cheese here does little to bug me. YAY!
After lunch it was time for the pool. ...
... then produced some kind of clicking sound that made the seal disappear behind me.
"Oof!" I grunted as the monstrous, 200-lb. slippery mammal mounted me and slapped her flippers over my chest. Joanna was laughing throughout this whole ordeal, and clearly so when the picture was taken. The trainer grabbed a fresh fish from his bucket and nearly hit me in the head when he hurled it right into Jenny's mouth.
"Look, Babe!" She was beaming when she saw ...