Occidental Grand Nuevo Vallarta
Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta
... They and three other couples traveled there by bus from Puerto Vallarta. Sayulita is a surfer town, it sits on a point out in the Pacific and the wave can get larger that they do here in Lo de Marcos. We caught the bus at the zocolo and it dropped us off on the highway by the road that leads into Sayulita, we walked about a mile to the beach and found Darlene almost immediately. Right after we get on the bus, the driver stopped, backed up a bit and started talking to a man outside. ...
... 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 ...
... I enjoyed when I was about 5 years old. The boat was heading to Las Caletas, an island about an hour off the coast. The ride was a bit more low key than the last one, and Joanna and I spent much of it keeping each other warm from the cold breeze. Pulling into downtown Puerto Vallarta, there was an enormous cruise ship with the words "HOLLAND OOSTERDAM" emblazoned on a high deck. I made myself a mental note right then and there: take Joanna to Amsterdam. No, ...
... My favorite ones were those people who would come up behind you while you were walking, throw their arm around your shoulder and guide you to their place of business.
“This way, amigos!” The salesmen would shout with reptilian smiles. That was one of several attention-grabbers thrown our way, making it difficult to track how many amigos I had made in the span of 5 minutes. I had warned Joanna of their high-pressure sales tactics, ...
... or party. He gave us the address so I put us up to the mission of finding the store. We had him write the address so we could showed it to the unsuspecting local and they directed us up a dark street compared immediately setting Marty’s hackles up. Gamely we walked through the streets over rope bridges and swayed as we crossed. Being a little sloshed it make for a rather hilarious event. The next one we crossed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center