Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... colors of the flumes but their rhythm as
well. It was like watching an Aztec street dance minus the boobs
and the bums. With that, it was a series of click, click, click
from my camera. Sometimes I would switch between taking video and
still shots because I did not want to miss the “real action”.
About a dozen bronze sculptures were present and strategically
located at the Malecon for everyone to admire. A few are ...
... to find. Pretty basic dorm room. Dorm beds are $18 BZD ($9 AUD) per person. The beds are comfortable but the bathrooms are pretty ******. The whole place could do with a bit of love. The owners and the bar people don't seem to do much all day. Place is good enough though. Caye Caulker- Dirty McNastys. Was a pretty good hostel. Under construction and any time you go it will probably be awesome, rumors of a swimming pool. Rooms were clean and had own bathrooms. Dorm beds ...
... you hunt Grizzly Bears?’ He said " he wasn’t really taking part in the grizzly hunt, he only hunts what he can eat and he would be staying in camp and cooking for that part of the trip”. Apparently one can get a licence to hunt Grizzly in the Yukon. All in all it made for a nice flight.
We arrived in Puerto Vallarta. After we got through customs we were offered margaritas and led to what we thought was a tour guide. The ...
... turtle crew.
We had a super late super at a Gourmet Burger place tonight, I had a great glass of something red (wine) and we called it a night.
The crab bite is covered, the sun kisses are hot and we had an amazing first full day in Nuevo Vallarta.
Tomorrow, we tackle the city of Puerto Vallarta, the Malecon, Mismeloya, a Tequila plant, and SHOPPING!!
I know why so many live here from Canada. I wish I could.
... guy who takes advantage of the free drinks. The one who stops the drink guy on the way in, grabs two off his tray, and then has the first one finished in time to grab another from the server when he swings back around. Worst of all, he spoke such broken Spanish, but not in a friendly way that would indicate effort. For example, the boat crew passed around stickers for a game conveniently called "the sticker game", where the objective was to get to know the ...