Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta
This is a definitely 5 star resort, it is also all inclusive and the drinks and service wonderful.
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... in the pool followed by a dive trip out in the bay. Patti and Rick had both done the in-pool lesson and an open water dive. It went well enough for us that we decided to keep going and try to earn our Scuba Diving certifications. We needed more dives to accomplish this. We asked the kids if they were interested in joining us and they said “absolutely!” Early in the week they took a pool lesson with Scuba Steve and on Friday ...
... to a gorgeous day on the bay. With a cool breeze blowing, we take the girls out for a walk and lo and behold there are a scores of people pulling into the beach next to the marina with their cars stuffed full of windsurfing and kiteboarding equipment. It's a sailing race to the next town. Dois and I look at each other amazed by the scene unfolding in front of us and he says "looks like home".
Keep those cards and letters comming!
Dois and Lauri
... and Maureen left to go home to Ottawa for 2 weeks over Christmas, and on the day they left, our friends Mark and Judy came in to spend 2 weeks, leaving on the same day that John and Mau came back. So needless to say it has been busy.
I already wrote about the flight and our troubles there with Frontier Air, so I need not recapitulate. Having Ford along has had its ups and downs, mostly ups, as he has forced me to go out into the hood every ...
... to fly one sail over another. Unfortunately, I don’t think this addition to Gato Go will make us any more competitive should there be any future races (heaven help us.)
During the race week, we kept the boat at a marina. When we arrived and the dock master helped us get situated at our slip, he said, “Welcome to Paradise!” I don’t think anyone could describe our trip so far any ...
... each, and I had 2 huraches. It was a great little place, with about 5 tables and they made the tortillas and put the meals together on the street, and served us inside. I volunteered to pick up the tab for the 5 of us; it was $200p with tip for the 5 of us. Last of the big time spenders. I joked with John that this makes us even for the night out at Fajita Republic. LOL
Its all good