Villa Franchesca

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

Viva la Mexico!

A travel blog entry by winegalcj

5

... 8211; the packing debates begin. What to bring, what to leave. I learned a lot from our 4.5 month trip to SE Asia. I learned that you don’t have to pack to cover every experience and that a light backpack (even if you lack a few goodies) is infinitely better than an overstuffed pack with all the bases covered. So this time, I am getting down and dirty. You ask yourself – what weather will we generally expect? Will it rain – Hell ...

Gay

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster

4

... the rainbow flagged village. There’s a lovely atmosphere in the area and all the houses and balconies spill over with flowers and good taste.

I made friends with the guest entertainers who were on for a few days, an opera-musical theatre gang from London, along with the Culinary Operations Manager from my ship (the big, big boss below the Captain) and we met the cast from the Zuiderdam, all of whom I’ve known for a while now. It was a lovely day, ...

"Every day is special in Mexico"

A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp

1
34

... here in Mey-hee-co Señor, chu come see Javiér. Beeg dinero to be made, Señor.” I shook his hand and left. Two kids outside on his stoop were playing with Pogs, that old game where you slam down a circular object (about the size of an old silver dollar) onto another circular object (about the size of a 50-cent piece) with the aim of accruing points.



“Kids still play with those?” I looked over in disbelief at Joanna with raised ...

Waiting for the Tamales

A travel blog entry by aircor

5

... make the most important pilgrimage of all those undertaken during the year to the Basílica of Guadalupe, in Mexico City, where the miraculous image of la Virgen Morena is kept.

On the day before the great celebration, thousands and thousands of people start to arrive. Many of them make the trip from their place of origin by bicycle. Trucks follow them to provide assistance and for them to have a place to rest ...

Magic Carpet Ride

A travel blog entry by ashika

12



This night was as dark as any night in a Stephen King story. The kind of dark where you can't see your hand in front of your face. There was no moon to befriend and the usual blanket of stars in the Mexican sky were hidden by a blanket of clouds. The sea just blended into the sky 360 degrees around the boat and we found ourselves in this really really dark pond about 100 miles from anywhere. But the sea was bioluminescent, little glowing plankton that looked like all the stars ...

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