Samba Vallarta All Inclusive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... is called astraphobia, but because of the danger of a close lightning strike this fear may be completely appropriate. Mostly the lightening plays havoc in the mountains surrounding Banderas Bay, but when is comes crashing down here, we all huddle quietly together soothing Ginger, as she has a severe case of astraphobia. Thank God, Daisy has gone deaf.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOIS!
... 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).
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... to the boys and girls who have been good. The children place their shoes by the window, so the Magi place the present in the shoe. It the present is bigger than the shoe, it will be placed next to it. Many children, get a new pair of shoes for a present.
El dia de Reyes is celebrated with a "Merienda" consisting of hot chocolate and "The Rosca de Reyes". "La Merienda is the meal that takes. place any time between 5 P.M. and 7 ...
... the gallery - one for me and one for mom. The wood is hand carved in Indonesia and the designs and beadwork are done by the Huichol Indians in their traditional patterns. What is not traditional is the size of the beads. They are much smaller than the beads normally used (the gallery owners have them specially imported) and are much more vibrant in color and allow more intricacy in the designs. We got home a bit latter than planned, but were ...