Princess Cruisin’ – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

 

Highlights:

  • Mismaloya Beach – don’t go because the water is not that clean and the beach is full of people soliciting for sales (as must as I wanted to support these local artisans, living minimally wins)
  • Downtown Puerto Vallarta
  • Shopping Mall near the port and Christmas Decor in the heat is weird
  • fresh coconuts (coco in spanish) ~$2-4 USD
  • Artisan Markets and fish pedicures ($10 USD)
  • construction and development everywhere

 

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Mismaloya Beach
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Mismaloya Beach
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Mismaloya Beach
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Mismaloya Beach
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Coconut stand right beside a beautiful beach (we should’ve stayed instead of Mismaloya)
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Coconut Stand on the road side to Mismaloya
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Fish Pedicure – soft feet afterwards
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Plaza Malecon

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The port where our cruise ship parked
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Nice view on the road side beside artisan tents
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Downtown Puerto Vallarta
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String of flags all down the cobbled streets

Lessons Learned:

  • Nada, Lo Siento = No, I’m Sorry
  • taxi drivers will become tour guides for $20 USD round trip (tip extra) to the following locations:
    • mismaloya beach – fresh coco stop on the way
    • downtown Puerto Vallarta
    • back to the port

*don’t let these taxi drivers be your tour guide because they will bring you to places where they probably get commission if you buy something from the pushy solicitors – know where you want to go and take the taxi there or sign up for a tour

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