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... maintained as our pets are, but most are in need of some tender love and care as they are straggly dirty hungry looking animals, but they tend to leave you alone. The most prevalent breed is the Pit Bull, which I guess plays to the Mexican manhood, until they grow so big they can no longer afford to feed them and off to the streets they go.
I have split this blog in two, as I am getting a little long winded and do not want to bore you.
Its all good!
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We've pretty much settled into life here aboard the Sapphire. Deborah is starting to figure out directions here on board boat so getting from point A to point B is slowly becoming second nature. From my perspective I’ve adapted my routine, which includes room service in the morning while we review the daily Princess Patter newsletter for activities. Yesterday I started off with a Photography @ Sea class that focused on Lighting Techniques, so a group of about 20 of ...
... before dinner. We had a dinner date at Cagneys Steakhouse, an exclusive restaurant with our new friends Ed and Leanne. We would be celebrating Eds birthday and our 6 month anniversary (for tomorrow) since we left Australia. Wed agreed to share a bottle of wine, but after all todays cocktails, a glass was more than enough. Dinner was delicious, more than enough food. We practically rolled to tonights show at the theatre to see some gymnasts. Tomorrow, our last stop in Mexico is Cabo San ...
We then proceeded to stand in line at customs for about 1/2 an hour. Then we where put in a van with 7 other people and shuttled off to our hotel (it was about a 35 minute ride). On the way to the hotel I saw 4 different car accidents and 2 of them were ...
... yourself on rocks and stones. And what are these rash guards for again? Yeah, there's that too!
We can't surf properly by any means but we now know the basics and gave it our best shot. We'll definitely give it another shot at the first opportunity!
The beaches around Sayuita kept us entertained for 5 weeks:
Main beach - that's where we'd hang out most days for a few hours. We'd always look out for Anne on her usual spot, the sun-lounger alongside ...
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