Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... We let the dogs swim with the hysterical pelicans, that were dive bombing in the ocean to get fish. I have a video that I will attach.
We are in a hotel in Bucerias now, it rained all day and we needed to get out of the rain.
We are thinking about renting a place in Puerto Vallarta for a month so we can take Spanish lessons.
Scott and Kerry
... friendly people in general, always eager to teach you Spanish and about all things Mexican. It's lucky my Spanish is better when I'm drunk because I only speak to the overweight chefs that cook my food in the daytime, and then it gets better when ...
... and relaxed, did some kayaking and tanned some more. On our way back to the marina we came across the different Panamerican Teams participating in sailing....we cheered on USA!! and did a few ranchero calls for Mexico (arriba arriba...ay yayay ya!) haha Im sure that pepped them up a bit, also it was fun doing it.
Jason and I have finally gotten our domestic partner rings...yes they are lovely...my Dad is so proud. He can't wait for actual wedding bands now.
... us a chance to relax. Pool games were every boat day at 1pm. Wii Games were every morning. And these were the nights of our formal dinners.
My first cruise with my family we had decided to do seated dinners – every night at the same time, with the same people. I’m glad we didn’t do that this time. It was much easier to go when we wanted and sit just the two of us – it is our honeymoon after all. But I ...
... in the morning.
We had lunch by the pool but I wasn’t particularly thrilled so I won’t go into what it was. I don’t recommend the food unless its Mexican, the beer good the drinks weak.
We ran into Janet, a very talkative woman from near-by Brentwood, we met the night of the turtle. She recommended we go to dinner at Oscars downtown by the river. After more lounging we swam ...
Other places to stay in Puerto Vallarta
Playa del Caballo s/n, Puerto Vallarta | 4 star ranchfrom $281