Marival Residences Luxury Resort Nuevo Vallarta Riviera Nayari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... a rather nice job of keeping hurricanes out, in fact, there has never been a recorded hurricane landing directly in the Bay. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees from Mama Nature and she has inflicted her share of storm surge and high winds in this slice of heaven. But we think the odds are good that we will survive bad weather, and our insurance company ...
... 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 ...
... on the roof or the beach, or lounging in the pool on our POPS. Sorry, just ****in with ya.
About 5 mornings a week Ford and I venture down to the market to pick up fresh fruits, veges from the stands. This market supplies many of the restaurants and small stands around the city, and has always a fresh supply. The fish mongers bring thru tons of different varieties, we buy the shrimp, lobster, Red Snapper and this week Mahi Mahi.
Its all good
... We head out the door, hop in the car and head north of the city to a town called Jarretaderas. Now John explains that this was once a nice little village that nestles along the Banderas Bay but the town was approached by one of the large developers, and they managed to talk them out of the beach land, and now it is hidden from the sea by hotels and apartments, that are one after the other along the beach.
We pull into the village, and turn down a dusty dirt ...