Villa David

348 Calle Galeana y Miramar, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, Jalisco, Mexico | Villa
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She Doesn't Need 28 Glow Sticks...

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Feb 18, 2014

4 photos

... I can't just go and comfort a friend in need.

Even more upset today after realizing I won't be able to go ashore in one of my favorite ports, Cabo San Lucas, tomorrow since I work all day and it's a tender port (where the lifeboats bring you back and forth) so I don't wanna risk coming back late for my afternoon Port Day Supervision (PDS) shift. My only other port will be Ensenada which doesn't have anything to do, and I'll be seeing a lot of during ...

Second Port Stop - Puerto Vallarta

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Oct 30, 2013

292 photos

... things - they are still happy. They share the food that they do have (banana and mango trees) with one another and help each other with daily chores. There was a school and of course a church in this village. There was also a gazebo at the centre of the village. This is where people announce any important events/things that are happening in the village. I enjoyed walking around and taking pictures of this village.

We continued our tour of the area with me taking tons of pictures. ...

Beaches and bones

A travel blog entry by benneal on May 02, 2012

We walk the seafront at sunset and Ben tastes Chiles en Nogada (stuffed green pepper with a cream sauce and pomegranite seeds). The shops are filled with amazing sculptures and other creations from indigenous villages such as Katrina skeletons and decorated skulls. We also spend some time walking the white sandy beaches and get harrassed by stangely courteous ...

Puerto Vallarta

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 29, 2011

1 comment, 87 photos

... are hot and sticky, the evenings are pleasantly mild so it was very comfortable walking around.

I strolled down the esplanade which at this time was mainly full of family groups (as opposed to groups of young people hanging out together). There was an art show at the southern end and a string of food stalls selling roasted corn and tacos and cold drinks. There were buskers, including one playing the pan pipes to a taped version of Hotel California, and a live music and ...

Taking the Sierra Madres

A travel blog entry by aircor on Feb 23, 2011


... Puerto Vallarta, we head through the village of Ixtapa, Jalisco, not to be confused with the resort village near Zihuatanejo further south from us, in another state. Now as you head out this road, a mixture of pot holes (pronounce hollies, as in Spanglish) topes (read speed bumps) of various sizes and usually not marked and the per functionary cobblestone roads we bounce our way out of the city.

Ixtapa is a Mexican town, and I say that as I ...

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This villa, located on 348 Calle Galeana y Miramar, Puerto Vallarta, is near Malecon, Marigalante - Mexico on Board Cruise, Isla Cuale, and Casa Kimberley.
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