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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... as we say our
good byes, oh adios or ciao, whatever. Home to eat again.
In the center of the market along with my butcher sits 2
Fish Mongers, one is much larger than the other and both have people standing
out in the market enticing you to buy from this stand or the other, which are
across from each other and are only separated by about 4’ of aisle space. I use
the fishmonger to the left as you are leaving my butcher, or if you were ...
... rested, and I intend to. I haven't even had a cocktail of any kind, a beverage of any kind actually, aside from water, in 2 days! Nothing! Not even wine... can you imagine? I know. What is that about?! Who AM I?! Kaley said she's going to call of our friendship if I don't re-develop my wine habit before I come home. The scariest bit is, I don't even care. I even have a few bottles in the kitchen right now, at my disposal, and I haven't even been tempted to pop one ...
Nestled on the 28-mile curve of Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta has steadfastly held on to its character. Red tile roofs and rows of balconies, spilling over with colorful bougainvillea, still line its cobblestone streets. A pleasure for both the eye and the ...
... 60's. And so now starts our all see 'seafood' food and eat diet for the next 3 weeks...oh and bring on the cervezas too! So this first week was spent getting into the Mexican pace, being laid back on the beach, soaking up the rays, people watching, and saying 'no gracias' to the many vendors. :) Also caught up with our old friends Rami and Larissa who are running a hotel here in Punta de Mita, where we are going to stay at for our last ...
... might make it but no one else knew. So, I was the surprise package. I thoroughly enjoyed the shock on people’s faces when I would stroll up and say hello. It was great to see some many of my friends in this completely alien environment. They had hired a local lady to cook the meal of authentic Mexican food. The grilled shrimp kabobs were my favorite. It was a far stretch from the food I had been eating and I loved ...
Other places to stay in Puerto Vallarta
Playa del Caballo s/n, Puerto Vallarta | 4 star ranchfrom $323