Samba Vallarta All Inclusive
Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta
... We let the dogs swim with the hysterical pelicans, that were dive bombing in the ocean to get fish. I have a video that I will attach.
We are in a hotel in Bucerias now, it rained all day and we needed to get out of the rain.
We are thinking about renting a place in Puerto Vallarta for a month so we can take Spanish lessons.
Scott and Kerry
... dark and murky. I met some people by the pool, who were the first non-Spanish speaking people I'd met in Mexico in just over a week. After a quick downpour I went out for food with a pair of ...
2011 November Notes:
Our 72 hour passage from La Paz to Banderas Bay was thankfully uneventful. Light NW winds and swells from the west kept us moving along nicely. We sailed without the motor for about 17 hours; then kept a steady 5.0 kts motor-sailing which got us into Banderas Bay at the light of day on November 2nd.
Not knowing exactly when we were ...
... of course), as the act had apparently already started. The theme of the night was ancient Mexican dance rituals and celebrations of the Mayan and Aztec cultures. Large, lit torches were being lobbed across the stage from performer to performer, Aztec warriors were zip-lining from the trees onto the stage, and dancers acrobatically tumbled down the pyramid backdrop. I learned that the pyramid was designed to be a replica of the Templo Mayor, an ancient Aztec temple ...
... gravy! I couldn’t complain too much because, after all, I had never enjoyed frozen mango margaritas over Thanksgiving dinner.
“How many people tonight from U.S.A.?!” An appropriately-obnoxious Mexican man who spoke “Mexicanglish” got up on stage and attempted to entertain us. Almost the entire crowd applauded wildly.
“Y how many from Canada?!” About 7 hands raised.
“How many ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool