Casa Yvonneka

Calle Hortencia 187, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48380, Mexico | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

Viva la Mexico!

A travel blog entry by winegalcj


... 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 ...

Hola Mexico

A travel blog entry by tomrichards


... and Rodrigo from Chile. It started to downpour halfway through the night and the thunder would light up the view up towards to hills which was cool. It was a great night first night in Mexico, not many people could speak English but as long as ...

"Every day is special in Mexico"

A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp


... and even gave us a business card of a taxi driver who would give us a much cheaper faire back to the resort. Towards the end of the meal, he slipped me a yellow card attached to the bill, and insisted we show it to business and club owners because it indicated that we were “friends of Mexicans”.

“Now that’s what I call traditional, Mexican hospitality.” I clashed my margarita glass against Joanna’s in celebration. “Es de ...

Town, Country & Tequila

A travel blog entry by foxy_traveller


My mom and her husband have always loved Puerto Vallarta and after arriving there, I can see why. In Cabo we had people pushing us to buy little trinkets, cab rides, and come into their restaurants… it was exhausting. Puerto Vallarta is a working port and is much calmer. I'm not sure if it’s because there are other jobs besides tourism, but it was nice to be able to take in the sites without people yelling in your face.


Waiting for the Tamales

A travel blog entry by aircor


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The New Year's Eve, there is a Misa de Gallo, (Rooster's Mass) that takes place at midnight also. Some families go to church earlier to give thanks for all the blessings received during the year.

The children's celebration of receiving presents is not until January 6th, "el día de Reyes", the day of the Kings, or the Wise Men Day. It is the Magi who brought the presents to the Baby Jesus, thus, they bring ...


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