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... but living in Chicago who had come to Mexico to work remotely. Although he had plans of exploring Mexico we managed to keep him in Vallarta for well over a month! We failed completely at teaching him Spanish but he was my partner in crime for twice weekly salsa lessons!
Each week we would catch up for drinks, play pool, dance salsa and hang out and every weekend we would take trips to local beaches: playing volleyball or riding waves with the boogie board; drinking ...
... airfare is basically free. We just don't take the return trip home. We have spent several days just sitting under the palapas on the beach reading. Kent got an ipad mini the day before we left and I have my ipad. He downloads books. Yesterday we took the bus to the Telmex office and got a sim card and short-term data plan for my ipad. Now I no longer need the iffy (here at the Tropicana) ...
... typ place were one shop led right into another. It was a mass of shops. Ann bought some toys for her class and a dress. Dave bought a hat. He had left his at home. We continued shopping, walking and sightseeing along the board walk. We stopped at an ice cream place and talked with the lady that worked there she was an American who had moved to Puerto Vallarta for the weather. That is understandable as it is beautiful but extremely hot. We got to the center of town; tired and hungry. ...
... 20 Hwy. - hwy to Manzanillo), a small restaurant not far from Chico's Paradise, a popular spot for Zip lining activities.
Lunch was comical. As we got in, we were greeted by a waiter who explained they didn't have menus, just the one at the entrance. He showed us what the fresh meat would look like and took our order for drinks and the meals before we even sat down. I had chicken. Theresa had shrimp and our LA friends had this huge "try everything" ...
We took this cruise mainly to experience Disney, so our port focus was very light. Most passengers were taking excursions ship sponsored and otherwise. The shopping and downtown area of Puerto Vallarta doesn't offer much to make the day exciting, so I recommend lining up activities before you arrive. Disney actually had a wide array of relatively competitively priced excursions.
If you are looking for a low key day, you may want to follow our tracks. ...