Wednesday, March 14, 2012

PUERTO VALLARTA SAGA 3:

TWO EXCURSIONS

The first was a 5-hour catamaran boat trip around the bay. What fun. Lots of Tequila. The views were spectacular.


We alighted at a beach restaurant for a lively lunch.

A good time had by all!


The next excursion took us way outside town to the spectacular Botanical Gardens:


We lunched at the fabulous restaurant.

Three of us had the horseradish dressed shrimp salad in a wonderful, whole avocado.

Next, THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA!

6 comments:

Mark said...

I like the video of your dancing boyfriend!
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Caliban said...

It looks like everyone had a very good time. So glad you all enjoyed yourselves.

Don Voth said...

Mark, They were all good!

Don Voth said...

Robert, It was very special. Thanks for all your comments.

Anonymous said...

Don, Beautiful shots!!. The blue-green inflorescence that you and your friend are looking up at is a heliconia. This is a monotypic genus mostly of Central and South America though it has a range from tropical West Africa all the way across the Pacific to New Guinea. The one in the photo is not indigenous to Mexico and is from the far Pacific. Raymond

Don Voth said...

Raymond, Thanks for the name. We were all wondering what that was. Your knowledge of plants is most helpful all the time.