Casa Yvonneka

Calle Hortencia 187, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48380, Mexico | Villa
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Puerto Vallarta's Town, Country and Tequila

A travel blog entry by momentsintime


Day 5 - afternoon/evening

Temperature: 29 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy sky

According to a brochure handed out to me' this "Town, Country and Tequila" half-day shore excursion tour combined the charm of both "old and new" of Puerto Vallarta in Mexico! Our first stop of the day was downtown where I had the thrill of walking along ...

Another great Day

A travel blog entry by annanddave

Morning again started in the usual way, Dave getting coffee and a pastry and holding a spot on the beach. Slept in later this morning so our spot is farther back but close to the bar and lunch spot. We went for breakfast and decide to walk along the beach back to our room. That was a good decision as there was some excitement on the beach.

The waves were higher that they had been, making lots of noise and crashing onto the beach. ...

How can we fix this??

A travel blog entry by vixenangel


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After our yummy lunch and little visit with our American friends, we headed up the road to a place where we could see waterfalls and some unbelievable landscape. We watched a bunch of people zip line and we walked on what felt like death defying sketchy bridges. On top of one of the rocks in the river you could see a cross etched into it. A natural anomaly. And we could see a couple of small waterfalls and kids diving in the water. There was also a ...

Overnight stay and moving on

A travel blog entry by thriftydrifters


... on the side views

Really nice campground. Only problem was heavy rains the night before and electricity was
knocked out.

Ran generator for ac, had thought we should have left the generator home because we never
used it,, so glad we didn't.


A travel blog entry by aircor


... heaves. Life is good.

The PV Sports Club did close on New Years, and is sorely missed by me. The Barracuda is just not the same greasy little joint as the PV, but would be considered upscale, and are very stringent when it comes to sitting at their tables and drinking your own booze. Now I fully understand their argument, but this is Mexico and beaches are not and cannot be owned by private organizations or people, but are there for the people to ...


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