Villa Franchesca

360 Miramar Street, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48300, Mexico | Villa

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More PV & a taste of Sayulita

A travel blog entry by nacrobat


... usual tons of twisties, it was a good ride. Rob was still in town so we got together a few times with a few other friends and co-workers. Good times, shame about the ****** Super Bowl though. We did a day trip to Sayulita where I got a nasty and really painful sting from a jellyfish. Burned like hell for a good couple of hours. Bummer because I was thinking of going there to hang out ...

The Butterflies

A travel blog entry by tmm


... trip, when I'm sitting in the airport, my bags safely checked and my iPod plugged into my ear belting out whatever soundtrack I've carefully selected to accompany the initial moments of my trip, I get butterflies. That's when the anticipation hits, full force. I swear I get butterflies worse than everyone else, or maybe I'm just being dramatic. But at times, I swear it actually hurts me. And I can envision it, too. I picture myself, sitting in the corner ...

Meditation and parting is such sweet sorrow.

A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein


... br> After breakfast April and I sunbathe for the last time and talk about our future and our decisions. I videoed the sounds of the ocean on my phone so I could take it with me and remember the bliss.

Pablo is there and we are off to the airport. PV airport is calm and easy. We go for Carl's fries and feel like rebels. They packed us a veggie lunch for the ...

Mexican driving and a Hurricane

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut


... polite face on and ask if we can stay in the other apartment. The answer comes, sharp as a razor: “Not with the dogs. Do you want to rent both places?”.

About an hour later we are dried, changed and installed in the beautiful and spacious apartment, together with the dogs, and we’re going upstairs for a cold beer in Mollie’s place. Don't ask how I convinced her, I have no idea.

<To be continued>

Life in the City

A travel blog entry by aircor


... there is no expense spared in this department, put on some Mexican oomph pah, and you have music coming out the back of the building as loud or louder than it is played in the discos on the Malecon. Again, if everything was not made of concrete, our place would be shaking from the bass, and fine crystal, if we had any, would be cracking. These guys are not too bad, and shut down around midnight.

Down the street too out left is a beautiful home, where ...

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