Canto Del Sol Plaza Vallarta
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Again, sorry for the delay here...I forgot to post this months ago!!
I was luck enough to go to Puerto Vallarta after my Dreamforce Conference in San Francisco in September 2012. I was in Mexico to meet the rest of the Lighthouse team (all the other people around the world in my company who do the job I do).
Flying in from San Francisco with a few others, we grabbed a taxi and headed to the hotel where we met the others as they flew in. What ...
... standing around with M-16s. I’ve noticed this level of security everywhere I’ve been in Mexico so far.
The Malecon was starting to fill up so I walked a block up to where the streets were almost deserted. By now I’d finished my Go Cup so stopped for another one at an empty little bar called Bebotera and started heading back the way I’d come. I cut back onto the southern end of the Malecon and followed the road that runs beside the bridge crossing ...
... kinda cute to me. Even rats, I must say. Let’s be more specific: I wouldn’t raise a pet rat, but knowing that there might me one in the apartment wouldn’t stop me from sleeping. After all they don’t bite unless you attack them, and if there are rats or mice in this bedroom they will definitely keep their distances with our 2 canine bodyguards. But Mai needs an answer, so I ask the “houseboy” (that’s how Mollie, our landlady, calls the guy who ...
... dont les activités sont accessibles toute la semaine. D’ailleurs, nous avons été stupéfaits d’une exposition au Malecon par un artiste qui prône la vie et l’amour. Un artiste vraiment inspirant! Quelques photos sont sur le blogue.
Après l’exposition Rojo, nous avons continué la soirée en allant danser la Salsa au fameux Bodeguida Del Medio (de Cuba), endroit fétiche d’Annie et son amour pour la danse latine. Sur la route du retour, ...
... stopped twice to ask for directions but eventually managed to find the “depot” where one bus was parked. I can't imagine a driver in England doing that. We thanked him and jumped off, only to find we had missed the morning bus by 10 minutes and the next one was at 2.30 pm (it was 9.30am, there are only 3 buses a day to San Sebastian). So we changed our plan and decided to go to the seaside town of San Francisco instead, which was not very far away. This required 2 buses ...
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