Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit
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... up their luggage and passed through customs. As you stand watching for your guests to arrive you have no idea what plane the folks parading by arrived on. Even with our delayed start we waited an hour for them to appear. There is one advantage to the PV airport. Young ladies in traditional dress carry trays of free tequila shots that they offer as a welcome to Mexico!
The kids got in late in the day and by the time the bus got ...
... on a steep hill, though its an easy path and it's basically the only exercise we get these days. Sayulita has become much busier and built up since I was last here about 5yrs ago,, though still so much quieter that PV and old town. Several great restaurants and shops to browse through and it's still kept its hippy surf culture too. After feeling much better, ...
... to Puerto Vallarta, we made arrangements with Carolyn and Larry Dunn to stay at Casa Riyo whether we were there or not. As it turned out, we arrived two days ahead of them! We had a great time and the days sped by.
We checked out the malecón renovation with the Dunns. The improvements add a nice touch and are pleasing to the eye: wide steps down to the beach is such a good ...
... get the camera ready quickly and capture her satisfying one of her ridiculous habits: picking up strange animals. The goat never knew what hit it.
I had awful sunburn from Thanksgiving morning, making me look like I would be served as lobster that evening. Our table setup was magnificent, and we had a server privately assigned to us. I will say that, in all their efforts, they forgot the cornerstone required in every Thanksgiving ...
... a". Each family in a neighborhood, will schedule a night for the Posada to be held at their home, starting on the 16th of December and finishing on the 24th on Noche Buena.
Every home will have a Nativity scene. The hosts of the home are the innkeepers, and the neighborhood children and adults are Los Peregrinos, who have to request lodging through singing a simple chant. All carry small lit candles in their hands and ...