Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa
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... service breakfast and will eat on our balcony watching the wide expanse of the ocean all around. They have a huge tv screen at one of the pools which showed Back to the Future this morning and then we watched a Pink concert this afternoon while catching some sun. Tomorrow is more of the same as we have another sea day before docking at our first port being Peurto Vallarta where we will get off and go on an ...
... The beds were comfortable and blankets were provided- its a alot cooler here than places we have been. The bathroom wasnt the best, pretty grotty. One other thing is the dorm room has an all window wall that looks out into the main common room and the light out there stays on all night, so pack an eye mask. It was $80 Mxn per person for a dorm bed in a 10 person mixed dorm. San Cristobal- Hostel Tata Inti. Diego Dugelay 4, Barrio de Guadalupe. San Cristobal. Home away ...
... Guadalajara. There, Jorge's parents played me a trick and told the waiter (yes, it is a buffet where a waiter is assigned your table) that it was my birthday! So, I was treated like if it was my birthday. (Photos) After the meal, we took a walk in the Gallerias Vallarta and, although everything was closed, it gave me a good idea of what the stores are. Finally, before going back to our room, we took another walk at the marina.
... the towns. The tour guide was an older gentleman that was very knowledgeable and loyal to his country but kind of hard to understand. I can usually get it if I listen hard enough but had a hard time with his accent or something.
The second night we were there the resort sponsored a social for the owners. All the women were given a Mexican shawl which I like. They had drinks and snacks for a couple hours by the beach. We met a couple from near Toronto - John & ...
... a". Each family in a neighborhood, will schedule a night for the Posada to be held at their home, starting on the 16th of December and finishing on the 24th on Noche Buena.
Every home will have a Nativity scene. The hosts of the home are the innkeepers, and the neighborhood children and adults are Los Peregrinos, who have to request lodging through singing a simple chant. All carry small lit candles in their hands and ...