Puerto Vallarta is on the west coast of Mexico, where the temperatures were a consistent 28 C every day.
We walked lots... and saw many interesting things. The Malecon offers beautiful sunset views, amazing food and entertainment. These incredibly ornate sculptures were everywhere to be seen and photographed.
I wonder if anyone ever really purchases boots such as these...
We continued with our journey down the Melacon and observed this acrobatic type entertainment.
I was too shy to sit with these gentleman... they were like moving sand statues.
I have wanted to go whale watching for years and one might think with my fear of water and all, it might not be on my bucket list of things to do. Well, I was thrilled to bits. I made the decision to not take my camera with me as I wanted to spend my time enjoying what I was about to see instead of worrying about the camera settings etc... so the next three photos are from the tour photographer.
Before we set out that morning, our tour guide mentioned they had not seen any breaches for 5 days. She told us to keep our hearts open and to have no expectations. It was breathtaking... and we must have had a boat full of open hearts as these humpbacks put on a show...
One afternoon we did the Art Gallery Walk, there are so many galleries in Puerto Vallarta, and lots of art to see.
Most evenings we sat in the hotel lobby to take in this incredible view and to watch the sunset...
And with that I will wish you all a great week ahead!