- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... we encounter every morning that bark, sniff and growl off their rooftops, or chase us along the streets on our way to the Market. This is the country of the dog. Whether they are looked after and kept inside, like we keep our pets, looked after but allowed to roam the streets day and night, or just street dogs as many of them turn out to be, they are everywhere. Everywhere means you had better be attentive to where you are stepping, as what they leave behind is also everywhere. Some ...
... competitions that were being held this weekend. Unfortunately the surf was not very high, last year when we were there it was up pretty good, but I did get a few good shots.
Today is a slow day. We went to the Marina for lunch, and to see how the other half live on their $2m yachts. For dinner, we may or may not eat in. Decisions, decisions.
And tomorrow..........well thats tomorrow.
Hugz to all
... but holding. Awesome.
Sadly, after around 4 or 5 hours in paradise, it was time to leave and head back on the boat towards our cruise ship. Refreshments, a beautiful view and music helped make it a fun trip back. We were in for a treat here though, we couldn't believe our luck. Mexican Kiss! A surprise, live and 4% authentic concert! Most excellent!
By the time we were sailing away from Puerto Vallarta (a pretty city in itself), we were exhausted. We elected to catch a couple ...
... on TV while updating my journal. Can't believe I've been here for five night's already and really don't want to leave yet.
PV is a great place – pretty, friendly, perfect weather, laid back locals, a huge selection of bars and restaurants to choose from, and just about everything is comparatively cheap. I can see why so many Americans choose to retire here. As I overheard one guy say to a couple of friends over drinks at a sidewalk cafe one evening: "Why would I live anywhere else?"
... a lesson. Perhaps it was beginner's luck. Perhaps it was Carlo's timing. Or perhaps the conditions that day were perfect.
Frustratingly our subsequent attempts proved a lot harder. At times the waves were so persistent that just getting out to sea was a mission. Other times we waited forever for waves, just paddling and waiting while wrinkling into salty prunes. Dangers are ever-present - swimmers, other beginner surfers, getting knocked by waves and your own surfboard, ...