Club Hotel Riu Jalisco
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... usual in Puerto Vallarta the rain stopped and the sun came out in full force and hotter than ever. We enjoyed the pool and next thing we knew it was lunch time. Today we had lunch at the main buffet next to the beach. After lunch, the girls watched the France - Honduras soccer game at the sport's bar on the beach while the old folks soaked up more sun. No vacation is complete without a trip to Walmart so we headed off to pick up a few things to bring ...
... locals, met us in his panga and instructed us to follow him. He led us to one of his moorings and for 200 pesos we got a mooring for the night as well as free shuttles to the beach in his panga! Kip and Taylor immediately jumped overboard and swam to the beach for a look-see. A bit later we all took the panga ashore and had a nice stroll through the village and out to a lovely freshwater waterfall.
Wednesday was Kip’s ...
... comes in. We can fire it up and for a cup or two of gasoline it charges the batteries. We have been looking all over for one and a fellow here in the marina had one for “coconuts” as they say here. That means for sale. As visiting boaters we are not really supposed to sell anything. So on the boaters check-in net every morning, when you have something to sell, you offer it for coconuts!
It turns out that one of the highlights ...
... from Erin and Marc (soon to be wed April 2012); and Lindy and her good friend, Erika, from Corvallis, Oregon. (Erin is Naomi's eldest of 3 daughters and Lindy is the youngest)
We were able to squeeze in two sailing excursions across Banderas Bay; release turtles at sunset; explore El Centro, the malecon, and ...
... task of doing final provisioning for our journey. After a few days, the weather had stalled and we were warned that it was definitely not a good time to be making a Pacific crossing; meteorologists were saying it might be 3 or 4 weeks before conditions might change in our favor. With this in mind, we decided to take a final inland trip to Guadalajara. We thought this would be a good way to clear our minds and get away from ...