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
At around midday I set off for a small town about an hour north of Puerto Vallarta called Sayulita. It was the first time I rode public transport in Mexico, so the two buses to get there helped ...
... or?” A man stopped us along the boardwalk, pointing to the 2-for-1 margarita sign. This was becoming a common theme in restaurants. Everyone’s English suddenly got better in what I call the “nightclub zone”.
“What are you gonna do?” I shrugged my shoulders with no reasonable defense. Sold. He gave us the premiere table in the house which was at the front of the restaurant overlooking the action on the boardwalk through the open ...
... amp; I have a huge Sangria pitcher we got as a wedding gift, some serving trays from Spain & Italy, and now we have the salsa dishes… I think we should have a big Mexican fiesta at our house! Ole!
We quickly drove to our next tequila factory tasting. On the short way there, we passed some dilapidated townhouses (that were probably the best thing outside of the port area) which were on sale for only $55,000. I know this because ...
... talking about the Voladores de Papantla. They are descendants of the Totonac people and as part of their religious rituals a group will climb to the top of a pole and then descend upside down, attached only by a rope which swings them around the pole. One man is usually sitting on the top playing a flute and/or drums as the others descend. It is haunting music which can be heard from a great distance and of course is useful as a means of attracting ...
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