Marival Residences Luxury Resort Nuevo Vallarta Riviera Nayari
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Marival Residences Luxury Resort Nuevo Vallarta Riviera Nayari
Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta
... to the marina it was late so we had dinner and just hung out on the boat for the evening. In the morning we pulled out of the marina and headed for La Cruz and their wonderful Sunday market. Kip being an absolute fishing nut had the lines out in short order. Sure enough we had one on before long. Unfortunately it was a Jack Crevalle, aka Toro (bull.) They are not great to eat so we let it go. Shortly after he caught the fish we arrived off ...
... pick it, doesn't get any fresher. Or much cheaper. How cool is that?
The methods of public transport here in Mexico seem to be taxi, bus and at least one other option which differs depending on locale. Here in La Cruz, mini-van is the third option. The vans all appear to be Toyotas of a model not seen in the US. They have four rows of seats behind the driver and each row is designed for three. There is also a single passenger seat upfront ...
... several statues have been moved to slightly different locations; a lower walkway closer to the sand makes the walk interesting; large planting areas are filled with greenery; and the best part of all--NO cars!
Dick (Paradise Village Marina Harbormaster) and Gina celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary on the beach at Paradise Village followed by dinner and dancing ...
... hang out with Anne from Minnesota and Leo and Suzanne from Canada. It's gonna be sad when it's time to say goodbye!
Somewhere in between we fit in Spanish lessons. We've opted to use our audio resources - cos we're cheap and cos our real problem is just being disciplined enough to work through it. Our Spanish is coming along nicely but sometimes we struggle to muster the energy and discipline required.
... as new and modern as Cabo San Lucas but nicer and better than Mazatlan. Ships arrive in town about once every three days and it is the time for the locals to make their money from the American Tourist. The stores raise the price to their tourist level and push their wares. Not as aggressive as a Middle Eastern Souk, but much more than an American tourist area.
The Malcon area of the port is very nice with its art and views of the ocean. The beaches are narrower ...