Villa Franchesca

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

The art of doing nothing for 10 days

A travel blog entry by ironworker025


... yet, but he would find some for us. And he did, the large fruits are full of seed pods, and it is the pods that you eat. They say they taste like sweetbread, we found them to be very sweet with a flavor that reminds us of a mixture of pineapple, mango and bananas, the texture was firm. It did have a mildly unpleasant odor, but not enough to put you off. They ripen all year, we have often seen them for sale on the side of the road, we always thought they were breadfruit and didn't ...

Go Canada!

A travel blog entry by nacrobat


Arrived in Puerto Vallarta on the afternoon of December 30 after a real mixed bag of a ride from Guadalajara. About 200 km of the road is smooth, twisting, fairly new blacktop through increasingly dense, humid, jungle. The downside is that it's single lane, there are many trucks and buses and precious few places to pass. And on that day it was raining for most of the time. Regardless, I did my best MotoGP imitation, ...


A travel blog entry by annanddave


... at a Starbucks, sat down but decided that we really needed to eat. We headed back a couple of blocks to a nice place along the boardwalk to have lunch. Dave had a roast beef sandwich and a couple of beer; Ann had fresh salsa, guacamole and tortilla chips. It is becoming her standard fair for lunch.

It turned out that it was near 4 pm so we thought that we should start heading back to the glass shop. On the way we found a chocolate shop that was owned by two ladies ...

How can we fix this??

A travel blog entry by vixenangel


... with you. They can be overwhelming but in a weird way I was grateful to see them. They are the ones keeping Mexico safe and as long as you play nice, they will too.

Tourism is their #1 industry here. Without it, this city and really this country would suffer greatly. There is NO reason to be afraid to travel here. They are grateful for the Canadians traveling as we are now the only reason they are staying alive. Sadly, with the economy in the States, ...

Our first port

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... to see before the time to return back to the ship.

On our last cruise we had found the Cuale Island shops to be very interesting. The journey there and thru the small tourist shops was the real attraction. One of the entrances and the one we preferred was across a cable bridge that would move sideways as we walked across this footbridge to the island that was less than a hundred feet away. The sides of the little swinging bridge were made of cable netting that prevented ...

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