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1/2/15 4:56 AM
We spent a great night at the hotel in Tepic, which was kind of a No Tell, but a little classier. Although we had a long day of driving, we were able to mellow out after getting our room by enjoying the outside seating area they had set up by the pool, and we made ourselves some cocktails and relaxed. The group wasn't happy with me for missing Mazatlan, but when we get to sleep in tomorrow, and have a relaxing breakfast in the beautiful dinning ...
... and hit a
rock bar Saturday night and partied till the wee hours. Drove to a
beautiful, very quiet little beach a few km south of PV and chilled out there. I walked
a lot; around the old town, strolled Cuale island which is on the edge of the old town, and of course the Malecon. Drank
lots of coffee at various cafes, tried lots of different restaurants and
roadside stalls, and read a lot.
After more than a week, I finally enjoyed ...
... the sun to set (which is beautiful by the way, photos below). Guillermo, Alex, myself and another legend from the staff at Oasis hostel, Omar, did the same again on Saturday night - La Ingrata and Mandala's. They left a little earlier than I ...
... Drew and Kent) http://www.canopytours-vallarta.com/ . They were so funny…we ended spending the rest of day with them. The next tour was great, too. http://www.mundonogalito.com/index.php We arranged for a private tour with two dedicated guides. As a result, we were able to by-pass everyone on each line – no small thing on a "cruise ship" day! Apparently there were over 200 guests that ...
... We did find a fantastic veggie buffet for 80 pesos (about £3.70) each and stuffed ourselves stupid on various concoctions which kept us going for 24hrs.
We stayed in the downtown area of PV, far lovelier than the newer side of PV. It has the more authentic feel of mexico with old cobbled streets, high curbs and street vendors on every corner. Not quite had the courage to try food from the vendors yet ...