Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... else that was walking. We felt special. It was after 7pm when we boarded so everyone returned to their staterooms, showered off all the dust and changed clothes and ate at the buffet since we were too late for the fancy dinner. Then out to the pool party for some line dancing, Congo dancing and just plain dancing. Great fun. Hey, we're on our way home. Min's parents and us turned in for the night but the kids stayed out for awhile. We just can't keep up!
... dodgy, and pretty instantaneously had to go. There wasn’t anywhere within walking distance to get to in time, so had to pretty much leg it as far out as I could get to, trying to remain discrete, but probably not at all, and yeh… I’ll spare you most of the details, but it wasn’t Kevin and Perry style – more embarrassing than anything else, but it had to be done, and luckily it was before all the surfers started so there wasn’t ...
... some decorated with flying cows, cheeky monkeys, and all services by young Mexicanos attempting to entice us with $1 margaritas.
Sara's arrival was approaching quickly, so we returned to our Versa to pick up the pretty Asian to complete the Mexican Team of Vancouverites!
Upon exiting the airport, we spotted what could've been an old F150 surrounded by 12 Mexicans. We all knew exactly what was to come - they were ALL getting into the truck! Dave, being ...
... the oldest cantina in PV. Today they served us a trio of soups; cream of broccoli, Fleur de Calabasa (made from squash flowers) and Sopa Azteca, which is also called tortilla soup as it contains cut up strips of tortilla. All lovely, but my favourite was the Calabasa. We also had a little tequila and Lindsay showed us the proper way to drink it. Apparently Lick/Sip/Suck is an American invention and Mexicans prefer to sip their tequila. We were each given three shot glasses – ...
... distance HF-radio links only work when ionospheric conditions are favorable. Sometimes other higher priority jobs (e.g. sail changing, or getting some sleep) mean that radio schedules are missed. A smashed keyboard or dash of salt water can put computers out of action. Power to run the radio is limited and may be needed for navigation lights or other equipment.