Hotel Portonovo Plaza
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
We stayed at a campground right off the beach in Sayulita Mexico. It was a beautiful site, except for the biker rally on the beach beside us. They were fine actually and the band wasn't bad to listen to. The roar of their bikes was a tad annoying.
Sayulita is a nice little town, with lots of tourism in the high season.
We wondered around, had supper on the street at a ...
... some of my Spanish. Sayulita is much more chilled out than PV, and is also where surfers come to enjoy the waves. As soon as I checked in, I went for a walk to look for a restaurant down the ...
... Joanna and I were wondering why there was a surplus of people outside sitting on the walls, all eagerly anticipating something.
“Hoy es un día importante?” I asked our server if today was an important day.
“Every day is special in México, Señor!” He shouted over the thunderous music. All the restaurant staff seemed to go outside for a bit and dance in the entryway when a convoy of Mexicans on horseback paraded down ...
... was written in graffiti on them.
The next tequila factory was a bit more rudementary. This “factory” used some of the older ways, for sure… like letting the bees doing the work… whatever that meant… it was getting hot and I did not pay attention very well to that part. This tequila place did not impress me like the last one. They told us to not disturb the bees and I did pay attention to that.
... give a contribution at the end of the performance. Although originally from Papantla they can be seen all over Mexico now.
In the centre of Puerta Vallarta there is a river with 3 islands in it. When we walk to the seafront we like to go through the islands as it is a lovely park area with lots of greenery and a swing bridge which is challenging if more than 2 people try to cross at the same time. I have had to cling onto the wire mesh a few times when ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center