Hotel Hacienda de Vallarta Centro
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... a good warm weather slicker is a necessity and it doubles as another warm layer. Will we snorkel – Hell ya. Learned last time that I want my own fins and mask. I also learned that where there is hot weather and a beach town (even the tiniest) I can find a sundress to fit me. And, of course, when in doubt, bring something that you won’t cry about if you leave it behind.
On our final days of the last trip, I was so sick of most of ...
... and I arrived at Oasis Hostel late in the evening. Oasis Hostel is in the El Remance part of town, so the area has a very local feel to it. As soon as I got checked in and showered I went to find an ATM, which then decided to swallow my bank card. ...
... the rainbow flagged village. There’s a lovely atmosphere in the area and all the houses and balconies spill over with flowers and good taste.
I made friends with the guest entertainers who were on for a few days, an opera-musical theatre gang from London, along with the Culinary Operations Manager from my ship (the big, big boss below the Captain) and we met the cast from the Zuiderdam, all of whom I’ve known for a while now. It was a lovely day, ...
... out almost an inch from the filter. As soon as we walked into his establishment, he tossed the cigarette aside, and ran around us.
“Hola, amigos!” He welcomed us, flashing his greasy smile. The stench of his tweed jacket made it uncomfortable for us, especially because he remained hovering less than twelve inches behind us.
“Thees one is lovely, just like Seņorita.” He shifted his smile to Joanna. No matter what we picked up, he ...
... you online with useful tips like “get your tickets from the lady whose hair is often black but not always”! We seem to travel in a mist of confusion but always manage to get where we intend eventually. We decided to take a trip to San Sebastian, 2 hours to the north-east of PV. There are 2 bus companies going to San Sebastian and both start their journeys from the northern edge of town. After starting out early and walking to the nearest “corner” point ...