Casa Yvonneka

Address: Calle Hortencia 187, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48380, Mexico | Villa
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      Swimming with Sea Lions

      A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Nov 26, 2013

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      So happy about having a full day off until the evening shift!

      We are anchored here in Puerto Vallarta, our first port of call, and it's gorgeous outside! I woke early and helped usher passengers to their tours' color-coded seating areas and was then able to get going to my own tour. I met the group outside near the gangway and signed their waiver-like form, got my wristband that differentiates dolphin encounters versus sea lion ...

      Places where it's at!

      A travel blog entry by nico0064 on May 29, 2013

      ... The rooms are super clean and the dorm rooms have private bathroom. The hostel is new so very nice. Dorm beds are $130 and there's free wifi and communal kitchen. Playa Del Carmen Graffiti Playa. Calle 4, between 15 and 20 avenues. Dorm beds are 100 MXN each in a 10 bed mixed dorm. The rooms are alright for a few nights. No lockers in the dorm room and the door doesn't lock, maybe a recipe for disaster. There's a rooftop terrace and communal kitchen. It's also only 3 blocks from the ...

      Mexican jumping beans

      A travel blog entry by nico0064 on Mar 01, 2013

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      ... idiots as every one was staring at us killing ourselves laughing we set up camp again. When 4:30 am rolls around and we are finally drifting off to sleep the hoards of people start arriving, bashing on the doors like there was an after Christmas sale going on inside. Great! 2 hours of sleep. We checked in ASAP and got breakfast. Jumped on the plane to find we were most definitely the youngest people on the flight. The plane was full of typical old American tourists heading ...

      Puerto Vallarta, MX

      A travel blog entry by momadunc on Jan 23, 2012

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      ... area were driven through the old part of the city and the market on River Cuale Island.
      This was a pleasant tree covered area with many traditional vendors with the usual Mexican merchandise. Then we crossed a hanging bridge and walked through the older streets to Our Lady of Guadalope Cathedral and a view of the famous bell tower that was damaged by an earth quake but which still presides over the city. ...

      Disaster to Paradise

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Mar 13, 2011


      ... a beer, we all have one, and we tell him we are going down to the Romantica Zona for a walk about and dinner, he finishes goes up the stairs and back down again with the keys to the car and says why don’t you drive down. Thanks Dad.

      There is always something new to do here, and to-night is no different. It is wine night in the art zone, on Basillo Badillo which is also the main drag of the Zona Romantica the only difference is when you hit Freddie Toucans’ you ...

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