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Port Orchard, Washington
March 5, 2004
From journal No Viva Vallarta
St Louis, Missouri
March 30, 2003
The negatives were there is no ATM at the resort and no access to making a 800 phone call from the resort without possibly a phone card. Phone calls to the US were very expensive. We paid $7.50 for a six minute call. Cell phone did not work. Closest public phone was a quarter mile down the street at the bus stop. The resort was very far from town (40 minutes) and a good 30 minutes to the airport. We took the bus to town for $1.40, which was very reasonable, just a long trip.
The amenities were plentiful. Nice gym (with help from a personal trainer), sauna, small Jacuzzi, tennis courts (with free lessons and/or playing time), and two pools, one that is called the "relax pool" for adults only and one for everyone. Beach activities included windsurfing, catamaran rides, kayaks, boogie boards, volleyball, and surfing lessons, all which were included as part of the all-inclusive price. Dancing in the discoteque was a lot of fun. Reservations were needed for some of these activities. Plenty of lounge chairs available on the beach also. Not a lot of vendors hounding you here, like other beaches, they were restricted to one area and you had to go to them.
From journal Midweek escape to Mexico
January 14, 2003
From journal Adventures in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico