Vallarta Cora Hotel
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... and a huge outdoor restaurant that serves three glorious buffet lines a day. That is, if you have a green wrist band. We chose to take the European plan – no meals or drinks included – and we wore the dreaded yellow wrist band. The pool was just as chilly, the ocean just as beautiful and down the street a block or so away we had the most awesome shrimp tacos and ceviche I’ve ever had instead of the aluminum hotel pans full of ...
... with white
shirts which were brightly embroidered on the front. Perhaps you may
have seen something similarly thrilling at the Circus de Soleil or
on America's Got talent. Once on the very top, they tied ropes on
their waist and bound it around their ****** making me think that
their testicles could be as hard as leather boots from El Paso.
Then they turned upside down and with one guy blowing the trumpet,
they started to careen ...
... you get to know the folks around the pool. So, everyone knew that K was going to do her bucket list adventure and when she returned so delighted, everyone laughed and fully enjoyed her excitement. It was a real connecting time at pool side.
We met the Baker family from Prince George and had a wonderful and entertaining time with Tab, Mareena, and their 19 year old daughter, lovingly referred to as Princess Amanda. We had ...
After driving thousands of miles along americas highways, we decide to have a break and board the loveboat... the Carnival Splendor. This 7 day cruise was fantastic and a true holiday. Our itinerary for the next 7 days look us south from Long Beach, CA, alongide the Mexican Baja peninsula, with stopovers Carbo San Lucas for a few days and then further down to Puerto Vallarta.
... with the final preparations. We did our fresh meat, fruit, vegetable, and other perishable provisioning and final projects in the next 48-hours. Monday morning, we planned on checking out of Mexico; we figured we would simply be about 24-hours behind a large group of boats that were also planning a trip to the Marquesas. Unfortunately, we didn’t make it to the customs office in time for a boat inspection to be concluded, ...