Walking into town
More of Puerto Vallarta in the morning.
A fishing shop on Insurgentes
This is the part where I take a bow and walk off the stage.
The rest of the crew coming aboard
We boarded the dive/cruise boat using this dinghy.
The tower of Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe
A closeup photo of the church tower.
I really wish I'd taken a better photo of this mural...
Coming in for a landing
Brown pelicans are very common in Puerto Vallarta.
Villa Savanna was our temporary home while visiting Puerto Vallarta.
The Boy on the Seahorse
By Rafael Zamarripa, one of the many statues on the Puerto Vallarta waterfront.
Street life in the morning
The sights and smells early in the morning were wonderful.
Flowers at the villa
It's wonderful to see flowers in the wintertime!
Boys in boats with pelicans
These guys were feeding the pelicans along the waterfront.
Puerto Vallarta street life in the morning
Puerto Vallarta Waterfront
Surf on the waterfront on a Sunday morning.
A pink clocktower
Another example of the interesting and colourful architecture of Vallarta.
A lamp by the sea
Brown pelicans in the morning
Lots of seabirds in Puerto Vallarta
Villas on the hills surrounding Puerto Vallarta.
Vendedores de Pescado
Tile art on the shore by Manuel Lepe.
A steep drive
The hills surrounding Vallarta are extremely steep, and all of the taxis are manual transmission. If only we had drivers this good in Hogtown...
The dinghy used to board and go ashore during our excursion around the bay.
Small boats in Bahía de Banderas
More late morning street life in Puerto Vallarta.
James at Halifax Harbour in 2000.