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Old Nov 25th, 2017, 09:17 AM
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hi Momdd~ Sorry I missed your post. I'm sure you figured out somewhere fine for dinner by now -haha. I hope you had a lovely trip. Yes I know where San Pancho/San Francisco is located, beautiful out that way, though I always stay right in Old Town PV myself.
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Suze - I responded from PV but it never posted. We LOVED PV. Like LOVED it... we are planning on going back and are actually having loose conversations about spending 6 months out of the year there in retirement. The sailing is amazing and that makes my husband happy. I was enchanted in a way that no other part of Mexico has grabbed me.

We spent a few days up in San Pancho and then the week at our timeshare ... we got off the property a lot and loved it! One of our favorite days was driving to Boca de Tomatlan, where we went on about an hour or so hike along the coast to e Hotelito Mio and Playa Caballo Resort.... it was fantastic! Sat there all day with some new friends we had made who live in PV ... took a water taxi back for $3.00 USD each... it was a fantastic day ending up back in PV for a dinner at el barracuda on the beach in PV.

We loved your special town!!!
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Yahoo!!! It seems with Puerto Vallarta people either fall in love immediately or they don't care for it at all. Rarely is anyone lukewarm about it.

I find it intoxicating and addictive, that's why I return over and over again, and still can't wait to get back.

Yes the 1/2 year in retirement has been already on my agenda for years. Spending one month there recently only confirmed what a good idea (for me) that is!

Thanks for posting Dawn. Really appreciate hearing about your trip. And it is easy to make "new friends" there, right? People are so open and friendly. Mexican locals, visitors, tourist, snowbird, expats, alike. People are just more friendly there. Maybe because everyone's so happy
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