Villa Mia

Address: Mismaloya, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Mismaloya, Puerto Vallarta, is near Quimixto, Punta Mita Four Seasons Golf Course, El Anclote, and Yelapa English Spanish Institute.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

      Old man and the Sea!

      A travel blog entry by scott_and_kerry on Mar 05, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... overlooking the ocean on a cliff. It is only accessible by boat.
      On the way home we snorkeled among huge schools of yellowtails, angel fish and god knows what else.

      We headed back and were amazed to see a whale flippig and flapping around. We followed him for quite awhile.

      Our captain gutted one of our catches and we took it home to bbq. We will see how chef Scott does with that tonight.

      Fantastic day!



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      Death By Jason Sausage

      A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 27, 2013

      35 photos

      ... though I was super drained of any energy, and with the potential my **** could let loose at any moment, I’d rather save on paying for a hostel overnight, and instead would get the nightbus to my next planned destination – Guadalajara. Went for one last walk along the malecon, thinking that eating any tacos could have catastrophic consequences, and said goodbye to the people there before embarking on the next stage of my journey…

      No more Jason ...

      Sunrise 1: Alina, Sara, Dave, Karina are team!

      A travel blog entry by karinakr on Dec 09, 2012

      24 photos

      ... sections divided by a concrete meridian. Lanes were not marked, but rather created depending on the width of the road divided by the number and width of the cars on the road. The far right section was allotted for turning left - aka Lane de Returno, or what we called it, the Retardo lane. In order to complete the turn, cars must yield to those traveling in the section closest to them in the same direction and only turn once the horizontal light is red, just before the oncoming cars ...

      Puerto Vallarta

      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 29, 2011

      1 comment, 87 photos

      ... and refreshing.

      Our last stop of the day was Con Orgullo Azteca Candies, a family owned sweet shop in Avendia Juarez where we tried Leche (a sort of Mexican fudge) and cocitas (which tasted like coconut macaroons). Not only did we get to experience some of the food in Puerto Vallarta, but Lindsay also explained some of the history and culture of the town as we walked through the streets. Excellent little tour and right up there with the South Beach equivalent.

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      Tracking GatoGo across the Pacific

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 08, 2011

      14 comments

      ... usually thunderstorms, that circle the globe near the equator. In the Northern Hemisphere, the trade winds move in a southwestern direction from the northeast, while in the Southern Hemisphere, they move northwestward from the southeast.
      The location of the intertropical convergence zone varies over time. Over the oceans, where the convergence zone is better defined ...