The Royal Suites Punta Mita by Palladium
Travel Blogs from Punta de Mita
We stayed at a campground right off the beach in Sayulita Mexico. It was a beautiful site, except for the biker rally on the beach beside us. They were fine actually and the band wasn't bad to listen to. The roar of their bikes was a tad annoying.
Sayulita is a nice little town, with lots of tourism in the high season.
We wondered around, had supper on the street at a ...
... had a great quesadilla. Apparently it wasn't the season for surfing as the waves didn't even reach over my knees. I headed back to the hostel for a swim in the pool as the water at the beach ...
... a blast. We were able to see the whole process of using fish to catch fish to catch fish. It was amazing catching a fish the size of a good sized salmon and using that live bate to catch another 3 times the size of that. We all ended up catching fish that day but Cooper and Perris were the only two to catch the big boys. The fish we did catch and keep were;
Certainly Bruce will have time to finish sewing the French Polynesian courtesy flag by the time we arrive.
We'll catch you on the other side,
Your GatoGo Crew (Captain Craig, Admiral Bruce, and First Mate Spirit of ...
There is an old bit of sailing banter which describes passages as 90% routine, 5% boredom, and 5 % terror and anxt. Well we have had our fair share of all of it, but have come through only a little worse for wear so far. We left at a comfortable 11 AM on April 7th from Punta de Mita, an anchorage on the outskirts of Banderas Bay, in the company of friends on Meresoleil. We left with light but steady winds and began our journey south and west and nearly ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool