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... the natural barrier of sand to the ocean. Much of the lagoon water poured out along with islands of floating hyacinth and even some crocodiles! Melanie sent us some great pictures of the excitement. I guess we missed an great event. We also learned that the highway between Melaque and Puerto Vallarta became impassable. The caravan was forced to detour - adding several hours of travel over secondary roads. They skipped Puerto ...
... seconds), but no Menna. Then I see a blurred version of Menna. Not because of alcohol-vision, but because she was on a swing that the bar had set up. Putting drunk people on a massive swing in a bar...only in Mexico. Lawyers don't exist here it seems. But she was clearly having fun, so back to the party. Sometime in the AM we all felt done and stumbled our separate ways 'home.' I just remember it being a really long walk along the beach, ...
... day and night. The cost of living is crazy cheap. You can stay in the marina or save a few pesos and anchor out. There is live music somewhere nearly every night of the week. The music choices go from a single guy sitting on a stool with a flute or guitar to Rock and Roll bands to Cuban Rhumba. There is a different, special market set up in the square, along a street, or on the waterfront many days of the week. Anything that isn’t available here ...
... as a slappy frankfurter.
Jason Sausages are extremely common all through Latin America and whether you like it or not, seem to creep up (Creepy Jason Sausage) quite regularly into an already diabolical diet. I would like to attribute my forthcoming illness to this particular Jason Sausage but more on that later…
Incidently, my travel diet… Well that usually consists of a bottle of coke, and if I actually eat breakfast, some kind of ...
... in some ways it is difficult to compare the two cities - Puerto Vallarta is about 25 miles long, stretched along the shore of the Bahia de Banderos (named after Anthony Banderos) - see map at the top right of this blog...
Puerto Vallarta is definitely a more commerialized city than San Miguel - it has a Walmart, a Costco, a MacDonald`s (several), a subway, a Starbucks (Mexicans are not big on coffee - many restaurants serve instant coffee - or ...
Other places to stay in Puerto Vallarta
Boulevard Medina Ascencio 999, Puerto Vallarta | 4 star resortfrom $92
- Re-Opened Sheraton is Average....
- Nice rooms, horrible service
- Great Location but Still Renovating
Paseo de la Marina Sur No. 205, Puerto Vallarta | 4 star resortfrom $104
- Westin Regina - Not the Best Deal
- Demand what you pay for!
Paseo La Marina Norte 435, Puerto Vallarta | 4 star resortfrom $104
- JW and Casa Magna Marriott
- Very happy with the CasaMagna Marriott
- Casa Magna Hotel Absolutely Beautiful
Blvd. Francisco Medina Asencio Km 2.5, Puerto Vallarta | 3 star resortfrom $82
Jose Clemente Orozco #131, Puerto Vallarta | 3 star resortfrom $141
- Great time in p.v.
- OK Hotel for short stay
Av de los Garzas, s/n, Puerto Vallarta | 4 star resortfrom $73
- Got Scamed
- Beautiful Resort
- Krystal made my stay ..........the BEST
Blvd. Fco. Medina Ascencio s/n, Puerto Vallarta | 2 star resortfrom $64
- My kids loved this place - and so did we!
- Poor treatment
K 2.5 Carretera a Barra de Navidad, Puerto Vallarta | Resortfrom $81
Carretera Barra De Navidad No 601, Puerto Vallarta | Resortfrom $36
- Twice visited and returning
- Family Vacation
- Very authentic..has soul
Diego Rivera 121, Puerto Vallarta | 3 star resortfrom $150
David Alfaro Sisqueiros 164, Puerto Vallarta | 5 star resortfrom $238
Diego Rivera 120 Zona Hotelera Las Glorias, Puerto Vallarta | 8 star resortfrom $116