Villa Mia

Mismaloya, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 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

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... They and three other couples traveled there by bus from Puerto Vallarta. Sayulita is a surfer town, it sits on a point out in the Pacific and the wave can get larger that they do here in Lo de Marcos. We caught the bus at the zocolo and it dropped us off on the highway by the road that leads into Sayulita, we walked about a mile to the beach and found Darlene almost immediately. Right after we get on the bus, the driver stopped, backed up a bit and started talking to a man outside. ...

Go Canada!

A travel blog entry by nacrobat

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... confines of my very non-MotoGP bike of course, and passed and passed and passed....

I arrived to horrendous traffic in rainy PV and a flashing oil light on my dashboard, not a welcome sight. I managed to pull over in a Pemex and topped up the oil before finally arriving at the "compound". A big house owned by some big narcotraficante before, shock, horror, he was killed, it is now owned by the widow who ...

Shopping

A travel blog entry by annanddave

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... The lady that worked there was from Canada as well. We talked with her for a while. The chocolate was not bad; Dave had piece of ginger covered in chocolate and Ann had a chili and a cinnamon truffle chocolate. Continuing on we stopped at a soap place that was also run by a couple she was from Canada he was from Mexico. They said that they could use our help in the store. New possibilities for retirement possibly?

We got back to the glass shop around six and bought some ...

How can we fix this??

A travel blog entry by vixenangel

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... few Americans are traveling and that has really hurt Mexico.

So if you can travel here. You should. It's beautiful, safe, fun and the people are HAPPY, helpful and sweet.

We got dropped off at our hotel's front door and when I gave Andres his tip, I also gave him two Catholic medallions I was holding. One was St. Christopher/St. Francis and the other St. Anthony and someone else. They are little medallions I travel with to keep me safe (always ...

Our first port

A travel blog entry by danharriet

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... island, to form a perfect little escape in the midst of the large escape of this small historical city.

The sands of the hourglass that measured our time ashore was filling up the bottom glass globe and we decided to take a taxi back to port. The decision to take a taxi was made easier because a taxi stopped on the street that we were walking and offer the services of a small, crowded old taxi that was without seat belts. But seat belts were unnecessary as the rear ...

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Location

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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