Now that friends on s/v Charisma have joined us in La Cruz, we’ve had more reasons to go explore Bandares Bay. Well, I haven’t needed reasons, but with friends along to explore it’s easier to convince the Capt to abandon his projects for a day for some tourist fun.
Charisma posted a great entry on their blog about our PV adventure…I’m feeling bummish today and will just post pics…so take a look at the story HERE and enjoy the visual story below. 🙂
All photos are also posted up on my Flickr page (see column to the right >——->——->)
Huichol artist (pronounced Witch-hol) at the open market in downtown Puerto Vallarta. Beautiful pieces where the artist sews each little bead one at a time to create wonderful patterns and designs.
Lunch break: Bob from s/v Charisma with one of the quesadillas we bought from a street vendor. Came with full pieces of green onions. So delicious, and no one wanted to sit next to us on the bus.
Malecon statues. Each one very unique.
One of the churches we checked out.
Here’s what’s happening here; five guys climb up a tall pole so one guy can play his flute while the other four fall off the pole backwards and spin downwards until their rope unravels and drops them to the ground below. What??
Suspension bridges over the Rio Cuale. More seasick here than on the boat.
The empty bus and our bus driver. Something got lost in translation and we ended up very far from where we wanted to be. See Charisma’s post for the full story.
All in all…a great day exploring Puerto Vallarta!