Golden Crown Paradise Resort Puerto Vallarta
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... cobblestone streets and young girls were still learning traditional dancing. The "malecon" (seawall boarded by shops, restaurants, and discos) was definitely touristy but showcased good Mexican artisans and traditional food. The beach was enjoyed by Mexicans as well as gringos.
The storm hit PV two days after we arrived. It rained buckets for at least 24 hours. Our RV park was flooded but did not cause any problem. Our ...
... a little shoddy from this night), and Renee. I don't know where Renee is from, except that she was the girl on the laptop in our hostel. We first met these girls at an extreme height disadvantage, as we were drinking the goodest margaritas at the bar, while they were getting their dance on up on said bar. Naturally we introduced ourselves, and then all went to a different side of town....the younger side.
We ended up at some place ...
... TV in different locales. This Sunday was no different. It always takes a bit of research to find a location with the Hawks on TV. This week we found our football fix at a restaurant called Charlie’s Place. Not only did they have it on TV but they have a wood fired pizza oven! With that oven they made the most excellent pizzas. A lot of the places down here are at least partly outdoors. Charlie’s was no different. For the first half we ...
... make a conscious effort to just use the Internet at dead points of a day while I am just by myself… and no its not what you think! These blogs I write on buses, and photo uploads are generally just left to do overnight, so Internet time is actually pretty minimal. Without any gadgets though, I just sat in the common area for a couple of hours on a central table handwriting these blogs, waiting for some kind of interaction, between anyone… it never ...
... and fun, not only with us and other visitors but with each other. It is a real contrast with the behaviour at home and made me aware of how tense and angry lots of people are in England. Even on the busy Metro everyone was patient and polite even when crowded together. Here, I have never seen anyone be rude, impatient or irritable, however challenging the situation they are dealing with.
Tomorrow we move on to Los Angeles, en route to New Zealand. ...