Occidental Grand Nuevo Vallarta
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... we followed him up the stairs to a room that was a shrine to a gorgeous Mexican movie star from the 40’s and 50’s. Our guide spoke some English and Patti speaks some Spanish so with Patti acting as the go-between translator, we were are able to communicate fairly well. From there he lead us from one room to another. In each new room he would present it with a different dramatic action. One room we entered in the dark and ...
... Dhuan Sa Hai.....
Padausi Ka Haal Poonchun Ye Fursat Kahan Hai
Mera Chulha Khud Abhi Dhuan Dhuan Hai."
Around 9 PM ..Local Mexican Band 'Fantasma" started performing in the lawn of Del Sentro..
The Guitarist played mexican tunes and it was pretty awesome....He was accompanied by a lady in her fourties with a soothing voice.. Hukkah, cocktails and music..It was a novel experience...Achanak se idea aaya... Kyu na Sachin bhe Desi ...
... heaves. Life is good.
The PV Sports Club did close on New Years, and is sorely missed by me. The Barracuda is just not the same greasy little joint as the PV, but would be considered upscale, and are very stringent when it comes to sitting at their tables and drinking your own booze. Now I fully understand their argument, but this is Mexico and beaches are not and cannot be owned by private organizations or people, but are there for the people to ...
... Montezuma caught up to me. Unbelievably, for a town its size (200,000 or so) there wasn´t a taco stand in site. The only street food was hamburguesas and hot dogs, and that ain`t why you come to Mexico.
So I go into a restaurant that was mostly full of kids in their teens and early twenties that had American music playing. Most of them were having snacks and ice cream but not meals. Normally I would have walked right by but I was ...