Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa
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- Minbar in room
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- Hot tub
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... Vallarta, and the entire Banderas Bay area, from Punt de Mita to the north, Boca de Tomatlan and Yolapa to the south. It is breath taking to look out from, and is also breath taking to look back into as you see the Casa from the street. It is quite the place, and compared with other places I have seen and visited here in the Bay area we are quite lucky.
I guess I will get into our daily activities when I continue, and we have been having ...
... the Malecon will see. Course, any picture of PV absolutely positively has to include the Malecon--it's just so much of what PV is that I've thrown a bunch more of those in too. We kept being pulled back there.
The house we rented a room in was in a real working class neighborhood. Taxi drivers thought they'd heard us wrong when we asked for Agua Azul, the Colonia (neighborhood) we ...
... and countless free loving playful pitbulls. My excitement leaped to a very familiar place when I spotted a jungle to the right, home to many bungalows, the exact ones I had always imagined in my mind. Hammocks, surf boards, exotic foilage, reptiles, dried palm tree roofs, all surrounded by sandy walkways. Spotting more pitties, Alina's excitement was slightly overcome with guilt as thought of Jada Bean stuck in that icy -40 city!!
... with Journey and i left. On the was back some transvestites pickpocketed my cigarettes but missed my wallet. We stayed in the romanic zone, which is realy the gay zone. We ate at the gay taco stand across from the hotel, they were awesome. Don't really remember what else happend there. ...
... We each donated 100 pesos to an underprivileged school group from just outside of PV in return for this wonderful day, and the meeting of so many new friends. The day was totally relaxing, getting up with no stress, sitting by the pool, eating at 2:00 pm and then relaxing in a turkey stupor around the pool later in the afternoon. I think we were all in bed by 9. The no present thing is great, no anticipation = no expectation