Travel Blogs from Puerto 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
... Connor, Logan and I re sharing a huge room. It has three small beds and two huge beds, a really nice bathroom and a balcony that overlooks the street. It also has a little pool and it's pretty. We had orientation at five o clock in the lobby and it was SO boring. Rick, the organizer, talked for what seemed like hours. Then, we went to another restaurant. We finished late (for dinner anyways)-8:30-and Connor and I were exhausted because we didn't sleep ...
... sunstroke. But happily he just slept and watched 24 episodes of Lost on his computer. The other and last lesson for G was tipping with pesos. He started Thursday night (arrival night) by tipping our new friend, Jorge, 200 pesos, which is $20 CAD. We had excellent service every evening Jorge managed the Breeze bar which was just in front of our rooms. Every evening on my way up to the room, Jorge would wave and asked me if ...
... and I am very happy to have had the chance of finally taking this trip on, and showing my man a different Mexico, one a bit off the beaten track.
Tips for the trip
- take bug repellant
- enough battery for cameras etc for several days in case staying at B&Bs that don't have electricity
- flashlight might come in handy too
- Born to Run
... at Pancho's Jungle Restaurant. We lunched with a nice Canadian couple who was charmed by Marty’s enthusiasm for our life at Lafayette Morehouse. After lunch Archie, our tour guide, took us up into the jungle. It was humid with a capital H. There were bromeliads clinging to the trees and a was a huge termite mound perched on a branch high in the canopy. It was like a scene out of Predator ...