Puerto Vallarta

Our first stop was Puerto Vallarta, This was our only stop that we didn’t have anything planned. We decided to spend the day at the Malecon. We grabbed a Taxi off the cruise port, They charged us $5 a person which we didn’t feel was too much, I am sure you could get one cheaper further away from the port but we were happy to pay that and It was super easy and convenient.

We got there right in time to see the Flying men of Papantla. I find it rather fascinating because of my extreme fear of heights there is no way you could get me to do that!

We walked the board walk and checked out all the crazy sculptures and went into a few shops. We decided to visit the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It was beautiful! They were in the middle of mass when we went inside so I wasn’t able to take pictures, but it was beautiful and they rang the bell too which was awesome to hear!

After visiting the Church we decided to take the walk to Los Muertos Pier. It was a little bit of a walk but it was a perfect day, not too hot and not too cold. There was plenty to look at on the way there also.

It is such a cool pier, I had no idea it existed the last time I was in Puerto Vallarta so I am so glad I got to see it.

After the Pier we made our way to Pipi’s for lunch. The food was really good, but the table side guacamole is my absolute favorite! And they had very clean restrooms which was very much appreciated.

After lunch we did a little more shopping and then headed back to the ship. It was a very successful first stop and I am glad we didn’t pay to do an excursion.

We also took pics of our matching tattoos… someday I will talk them into real ones but for now matching temporary tattoos will have to do! LOL

Next Stop is Mazatlán!!


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