Snorkeling in Puerto Vallarta with Cruceros Beach Boy

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  1. Terry

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    Snorkeling in Puerto Vallarta with Cruceros Beach Boy was fun. They picked us up at the main dock in Puerto Vallarta and we boated for an hour in sunny weather to the snorkeling area. They make everyone wear life preservers, which feels a bit odd for me, but after seeing the others in the water I totally get it. I would want them wearing the vests too. Great news for those that want to try something new though. Instructions were to put them around our waist, which worked pretty good for facing down with a mask.

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    This is Pam on the left and me on the right.

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    Here we are scouting for fish. Most of the fish were feeding off of rocks in the shallow water, tearing off bits to eat from the coral.

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    I love swimming underwater. Not really much in the way of fish that far down, but who knows, I could run into a manta ray, I guess. The interesting fish to look at are in the shallow water.

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    Okay, I lost the life preserver for a bit. Way better.

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    Pam's taking a look around here. In Mexico snorkeling is one of my favorite things to do.
     
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  2. Terry

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    Our host Leo with Cruceros Beach Boy tours.
    Most of us spoke either Spanish or English. Well, at least some of us spoke English. Everyone we met was so nice on the trip. I felt we were building bridges in Mexico. But mainly we were boating and drinking Margaritas. It was fun.

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    Tequila. Cadillacs on the rocks with salt on the rim.

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    Arturo on the BBQ, prepared steak, chicken, chorizo, ribs, with a side of pico de gallo, guacamole, and potato. Of course Pina Colada, Margarita and Cerveza were included. After a full day on the water, this was the best meal ever!
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    And some fruit. Jicama!

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    Pam wanted to do a little paddle boarding.

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    Look out! There is a sea monster after you!



     
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  4. Terry

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    Yelapa. Amore y Paz! Great motto for such a peaceful village.

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    In Yelapa we walked up to a water fall. It's the dry season now, so very little water was there at the moment.

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    Wow looks really relaxing.... I do envy you right now.
     
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    Looks like fun to me but

    Who is running the plumbing shop while you are gone Terry??


    I would probably just take the phone off the hook......
     

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