Samba Vallarta All Inclusive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... there. Here is where the wonderful Mexican bus system is not at its best. The first bus dropped us off on the west side of the local four-lane highway. We needed to cross all four lanes to get to the east side to catch the bus to Sayulita. Luckily there is a median because running across two lanes of freeway speed traffic is about all Patti and I can do anymore. With a little patience and some impressive sprinting we all made it to the ...
... there has not really ever been a history of hurricane landings in Banderas Bay.
There are two gigantic mountain ranges that protect the bay; the Sierra de Vallejo mountains that extend to the northern point (Punta Mita) and the Sierra del Cuale mountain range that ends at the Southern cape (Cabo Corrientes). These mountains have ...
... and poke around La Cruz and Bucerias. We also made a quick visit to see Beth who owns "Villa Casa Terramar", a beautiful rental in Sayulita (email me if you're interested in more info).
(To view all the photos click on the following link: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/sredir? uname=naomi.kitamura&target=ALBUM&a ...
... volcanic islands, Las Marietas. I have dived lots of coral reefs which look like beautiful underwater gardens as the corals form what look like flowers and shrubs which move in the currents as if a breeze is blowing them. However, these dives were different because of the volcanic topography. There were great rock outcrops and cliffs underwater of a dark reddish colour, giving the impression of a desert which has recently had heavy rain and burst into bloom as ...
... in time. Unfortunately our spinnaker got stuck after we crossed one of the marks and we wasted about 15 or 20 minutes getting it down on the deck and the other sail raised. To remedy this from ever happening again, we are waiting on a rigger to install a new halyard at the top of our mast. With the new halyard, all of our sails will have a dedicated sheet (rope to you non-sailors) and we won’t have to swap shackles ...