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August 25, 2003
From journal Puerto Vallarta with lots of fun and laughs
White Plains, New York
November 6, 2002
Around noon time you arrive at the Marieta Island, where you can snorkel, ride the banana boat, or stay on the beach. After about two hours, a barbecue feast is served for lunch on the boat. The cruise back is more entertainment and games for everyone. You arrive back at the Marina around 4 pm.
This was a very picturesque and relaxing day. It was really nice to spend the day on the water.
From journal Nuevo Vallarta
by Grandma Dodie
June 3, 2002
We arrived at the Marina Vallarta at 8:15a.m. and was taken by smaller boat out to the ship and were sailing by 9:00 a.m. Breakfast was ready in the galley as soon as we arrived..scrambled eggs with chilaquiles, refried beans, fresh fruit, bread and orange juice. When most everyone had finished breakfast, the entertainment and music began. The pirates got a lot of people on board involved in dancing and prizes were awarded. The music just made you want to get up and dance and party! All the drinks, alcoholic or not, were free and plentiful.
We arrived at Las Cargadas to snorkel (not the best area);or to play on the beach and ride the banana boat (and of course..drink more "gasoline." After a couple hours we left for the trip back to the marina. Lunch was served in the galley..bar-b-que chicken and ribs, garden rice, mixed salad, corn on the cob, buttered bread and open bar...soooo good!! AND THEN - we were entertained AGAIN with terrible pirates fighting with REAL swords and passengers getting involved with dancing and skits.
We were sad when we had to leave the ship at 3:30p.m., but it was such a happy time and we would highly recommend this cruise in the bay for kids and especially adults...A good time was had by all!!!
From journal Best Vacation Ever!