Villa Mia

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

        It's all fun and games until...

        A travel blog entry by laurapoff on Jan 06, 2015

        5 photos

        ... and I soon realized that it could incorporate some of the things I loved most: travel, writing, reading, photography, and family memories. It would also be the start of the five travel rules we strive to live by. TRAVEL RULE #1: Document your journey. “These handwritten words in the pages of my journal confirm that from an early age I have experienced each encounter in my life twice: once in the world, and once again on the page.” ― Terry Tempest ...

        A look at the real Puerto Vallarta

        A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Jan 28, 2014

        2 comments, 23 photos

        ... almost anything you could want would eventually come driving down that rough cobble stone street.

        You want a fish taco? One of the neighborhood kids will run to the corner kiosk and get you one. Need eggs? You buy them by the "each" and they're put in a little plastic bag like a pet goldfish. Do not run with the bag or you'll have scrambled eggs shell and all before you get home.


        Sunrise 2: Our new home!

        A travel blog entry by karinakr on Dec 10, 2012

        54 photos

        ... de Gaudaloupe parade continued throughout town and made its way past our table.. Incredibly the parade float was too high to clear the power lines, but need not worry, the parade did not stop at our table. A Mexicano man walked in front of the float truck with a wooden Y-stick and lifted the power cables for the truck to pass. This was absolutely a first for all of us; only in Mexico!

        We followed the signs over the bridge to the ...

        Diving trip to Majahuitas beach and Los Arcos

        A travel blog entry by banderas.scuba on Jul 16, 2012

        5 photos

        ... of the Christ) at 60 feet deep.We had 89F water temperature at bottom an a viz around 80 feet.We saw lot of tropical fish, jaw fish, octopus, blennies and bogies.No waves at surface, like a swimming pool.Diving time.All the best.Cesar ...

        Puerto Vallarta

        A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 29, 2011

        1 comment, 87 photos

        ... of dishes I hadn’t tried before; Morcilla (pronounced mor-see-ya) and Chistorra. Morcilla is the Spanish version of black pudding made with onions and rice and chistorra is a small thin sausage from Northern Spain that tastes like chorizo. The meal was served with sliced baguette and some sort of garlic mayo which was a really good combination with the black pudding. I also ordered a jug of sangria and sipped my way through most of it as I read my Kindle. An American ...