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#1 Duchess

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    Posted 09 December 2008 - 02:31 PM

    So, my soon to be husband and I are getting married on 12/28. We are going to be surrounded by people from 12/24-12/31 with the exception of 12/29 when he wants to just chill with me. (I am going to try to put together a little TTD with my young cousin who is kind of an up and coming photog - at 19 he has already shot for magazines). Anyway, on 1/1 we are checking out of our place in PV and driving 45 minutes north to San Pancho (San Francisco) which is a sleepy little fishing village and very remote. We are just staying there for 3 nights, but thought it would be the perfect, relaxing end to everything. The beaches are gorgeous, its quiet, and we are staying in beachfront bungalows. And BTW, dirt cheap. I think during the high season it is costing us $150 per night!!!

    Check it out, it has nothing but good reviews on trip advisor! Just an idea for decompressing after the family and friends leave...

    Bungalows Lydia -- A small hotel on two hidden beaches near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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      Posted 09 December 2008 - 07:00 PM

      I've heard of that place, beautiful and very romantic! Have fun :)

      #3 Susanandmo

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        Posted 11 December 2008 - 08:25 PM

        Sounds like fun! I'll be sure to check it out... Thanks for the info.

        #4 Duchess

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          Posted 13 December 2008 - 11:35 AM

          I'll post pics when I get back!

          #5 Mel&B

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            Posted 14 December 2008 - 09:25 PM

            It looks beautiful and relaxing. I've been to Sayulita, but we didn't make it to San Pancho. I'd love to hear about it when you return.

            #6 Celina

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              Posted 21 December 2008 - 11:55 AM

              Waaahhh! I'm crying because we should have done this! This place looks SO charming! You guys will have a wonderful time and will absolutely love your time away from the guests.

              It looks amazing and some place I want to check out when we go back to PV. I am in love with it!
              "Love is not who you live with...it's who you can't live without"

              #7 YoursTruly

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                Posted 21 December 2008 - 05:40 PM

                wow it looks absolutely heavenly! Enjoy and give us the scoop when you return. Good luck with the wedding!

                #8 Duchess

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                  Posted 22 December 2008 - 10:40 AM

                  Thanks Ladies, I will give a review when I get back!

                  #9 clmarti1

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                    Posted 27 December 2008 - 04:38 PM

                    How exciting! Can't wait to hear about your trip! San Pancho looks so charming! I'll need to bring this up to my fiance as a possible honeymoon spot!

                    #10 Duchess

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                      Posted 02 January 2009 - 09:59 PM

                      Im here now and oh my god I think this is the most remote, beautiful place ever. Hubby and I actually skinny dipped today because there is NO ONE around. Well a few other visitors, but way down the private beach.

                      Our camera stopped working, but we might buy a disposable one, so we can accuarately depict this place. We are in the panorama suite. Its tiny where you sleep, but the kitchenette is outside on the gorgeous terrace, and we just so happy here.

                      Its kind of rustic tho...like many places in Mx, including Las Caletas, you cant flush tp so DH and I were kind of grossed out at first, but its fine, and really common outside of PV. Even in downtown pv some bars and restaurants had this.

                      so far, I really recommend this. There are a million places to stay here in san pancho (tho I dont know how you rent them since I dont know where they are online, but this one is the most remote and furthest away.

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