Occidental Grand Nuevo Vallarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... get there and it was worth every minute. We would get off the bus at the Mercado Municipal (Municipal Market) and spend hours wandering through the hundreds of shops and restaurants, looking for just the right souvenirs to remind us of our wonderful trip to Mexico!
One of the last things we did before leaving Paradise Village was to participate in a sea turtle release. The beaches in Banderas Bay, as well as others in Mexico, are ...
... of us headed out for an open water dive. We paid a bit extra and had the panga to ourselves. We had a phenomenal time. We saw whales, and turtles on the boat ride and once in the water saw all kinds of sea life. In between the two tank dives we snorkeled to a hidden beach that required swimming thru an arch. The arch was about 30 feet from entrance to exit. Once inside there is a beautiful sand beach open to the sky but only accessible ...
... side of the line. Sh!t I hope this was right...
:) I turned one last time towards the entrance I once entered hoping to see some sign of relief. And boy, were my prayers answered. I saw a familiar face in a place of complete strangers. Coopers grandpa, stuck out like soar thumb, tall old white grandpa with the shortest shorts of your life, along with a sailers polo. What followed was the rest of the crew and Coop himself.
... Dave had a 22 oz Porterhouse Steak that was so tender that he could cut it with a fork. The rest of us had different steak cuts that were equally as wonderful. The shrimp in the cocktail & with the surf 'n turf were biggest shrimp anyone has ever seen. By the time dessert came, we were stuffed and we waddled over to the show.
Tomorrow we will have a quick visit in Manzanillo. We leave there at 1400 so there will not be too much time to do things on ...
... Vallarta is purely a tourist resort with big hotels and lots of people trying to sell to you on the beach. The hostel I stayed in is also a big party hostel. By the time we got back at 8pm I was so ****** from the free tequila on the boat plus it was raining hard, so we just got some tacos and chilled in the communal area until bed time. The next day I went to the beach with some boys from Bristol and got lost on the way back to the ...