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Trip Report Tasty & cool treats during after dinner walkabouts in Puerto Vallarta.

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Our favourite after-dinner walkabout treats -

- D'Mike (Olas Altas, near the corner with Rodolfo Gomez) -- hot-dog stand. We have enjoyed D'Mike's hot-dogs for the past several years, and ended (and toasted) this last stay with a couple of them!!

I call them "dessert", and they are great as such when dinner was early in the evening and it has worn off a good touch to be able to enjoy such a treat. And they're still the same as ever - yum!! I think they were back to 15p this time, and not the 18p they were last May (but I lost track of change that eve, so not totally sure on that?).

- Michoacana (corner of Francisco Madero & Constitucion) -- popsicles, ice cream bars, ice cream, and almost 'everything in-between' -- so many selections and flavours, and so good!!! Prices from 13p for popsicles, up to 18p, and beyond for the more fancy ice cream bars, and ice creams. But even the less-fancy, basic popsicles have some pieces of fresh fruit within them!!

A provider of tasty, cool treats for those warm evening walkabouts, or after-dinner treats. We loved this place and enjoyed the offerings often!!

Some tasty "desserts" we enjoyed after dinner during our recent May stay. Inexpensive, fun, and much-enjoyed.

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