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... the airport. I need to find a better taxi service. Thank god for good friends.
This morning we will have a quick transfer in Phoenix, then off to Puerto Vallarta, hopefully arriving around 1.30pm. Pick up our car, then off to the hotel. Hopefully all of that will be smooth, but it rarely is. Tomorrow we will load up with provisions for our one month stay at our little apartment in Sayulita, and then off we go to our new beach home.
... Several restaurants lined the coast where you can get cheap cervezas,
margaritas, and tacos. There is a small craft market selling cheap
souvenirs. There are also bars and restaurants overlooking the
marina and the water providing a perfect spot for watching the
Outside, there were plenty of cabs and locals touting for the tour spots, but it was not
noisy and crowded. One of the places being promoted was the ...
... 8217;s now a top end town predominantly Mexican middle class.
You can stay at Elizabeth Taylor’s home. It’s now a B and B called Casa Kimberley, Wwas bought by Ric*********** as a gift for Elizabeth’s 32nd birthday... The couple had fallen in love with Puerto Vallarta when Ric***********, accompanied by Elizabeth Taylor, came to shoot a film, "The Night Of The Iguana." Casa Kimberley was actually one of the first homes they shared as a ...
... sunstroke. But happily he just slept and watched 24 episodes of Lost on his computer. The other and last lesson for G was tipping with pesos. He started Thursday night (arrival night) by tipping our new friend, Jorge, 200 pesos, which is $20 CAD. We had excellent service every evening Jorge managed the Breeze bar which was just in front of our rooms. Every evening on my way up to the room, Jorge would wave and asked me if ...
... finding his soulmate at a fruit stand by the roadside.
We arrive in the costal resort town of Puerto Vallarta. It is only meant to be a comfort stop, but here I experience my first, real, Pacific coast sunset. It looks like any other sunset, we take some nice photos as the light fades. And then it explodes. A glorious painting of reds, yellows, oranges and pinks. It was as if a sky firework had ...